Grasses

Grasses

Grasses are evergreen or deciduous annuals or perennials belonging to the Poaceae family. True grasses, including bamboos, are members of a vast family of plants that grows natively throughout the world. A few are very commonly grown as lawns, but many ornamental grasses are valued for their stately habit, feathery inflorescences, and slender, sometimes unusually colored leaves. Some bear decorative seed heads, many of which are suitable for drying.

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Pampas Grass
Pampas grass plants grow in large clumps and achieve the height anywhere between eight to ten feet. In late summer, silvery-white plumes rise several feet above the foliage and make a bold, dramatic statement in the landscape. ..
$3.99
Purple Fountain Grass
Popular, drought tolerant grass forms neat clumps of purplish maroon blades. Topped by rose red flower spikes summer through fall. Beautiful as landscape specimen or planted in groups. Provides quick annual color in any climate. Perennial in warm climates. ..
$6.00
Sod - Centipede
Centipede grass (Eremochloa ophiuroides) is a slow growing, apple green, coarse leafed turf grass that is used as a low maintenance, general-purpose turf grass. It requires little fertilizer (1 to 2 pounds of nitrogen per 1,000 square feet per year), infrequent mowing, and grows well in full sun to moderate shade and under acidic soil conditions..
$1.55
Sod - St. Augustine
St. Augustine grass (Stenotaphrum secundatum) is a fast-growing grass that has a medium to dark green color and coarse leaf texture. With proper maintenance, it will provide a dense, lush cover. As a warm season grass, it is best adapted to warm, humid areas that are not exposed to excessive or intense periods of cold weather. St. Augustine gras..
$1.95