Blue Indian Grasses powder
blue foliage will turn golden yellow in the fall. The plant does
not like to have wet feet over the winter which isn't much of a problem
around here these days.
Seed can be germinated in a cold frame in the early spring.
For quicker growth, purchase pre-started plants at your local
Garden Center. Once established, plants can be dug and divided.
Pests ~ Diseases: Leaf spots and rust.
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