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Blue Fescue

Blue Fescue 'Elijah Blue' (Festuca glauca)

Powder blue tufts of foliage turn tan in winter for added interest. In early summer, small beige plumes rise above leaves. A splendid choice for adding soft texture to the landscape.

Blue Fescue

Blue Fescue (Festuca glauca)

Tufts of silvery blue foliage arch gracefully from spring to autumn. In early-to-mid summer, dainty beige blooms rise above the leaves. In winter, the foliage color changes to a soft tan, adding soft texture and interest to the winter landscape.

Blue Flax, Perennial Flax

Blue Flax, Perennial Flax (Linum perenne)

Remains in bloom for up to 3 months! Sky blue flowers are complemented by attractive feathery foliage. A splendid choice for adding soft texture to the landscape.

Blue Lyme Grass

Blue Lyme Grass (Leymus arenarius)

Glowing blue-green foliage adds a cool sparkle to the landscape. Plant near evergreens or bright flowers to create great contrast. Choose the location with care; this is a very vigorous grower that needs some space.

Blue Oat Grass

Blue Oat Grass (Helictotrichon sempervirens)

A very tidy mound of shimmering, spiky blue-green foliage. The distinctive plant form is great for creating structure in the garden. Blue Oat Grass grows in just about any type of soil and once established is very drought tolerant. Excellent for contrast with bright-flowered plants…

Blue Star

Blue Star (Amsonia hubrectii)

Thread-like foliage turns a golden yellow color in autumn. Very tough and durable selection provides sky blue flowers. A native wildflower of the Central and Northeastern United States.

Blue Star Creeper, Matted Pratia

Blue Star Creeper, Matted Pratia (Pratia pedunculata)

A very tough and quick spreading ground cover species that survives dry spells well. Forms a lush mat of deep green, fine-leafed foliage that is topped with starry blooms over a long season.

Blue Stonecrop, Reflexed Stonecrop

Blue Stonecrop, Reflexed Stonecrop 'Blue Spruce' (Sedum reflexum)

This hybrid stonecrop is named for its blue-gray, needle-like leaves that resemble the foliage of a Blue Spruce tree. Vibrant yellow flower clusters in summer create a bold color contrast. The star-like little florets are a magnet for butterflies and bees. Blue Spruce forms a dense…


Boltonia (Boltonia asteroides var. latisquama)

A reliable garden favorite. Loose clusters of daisies add color to the late season garden. Looks like an Aster, but is more tolerant of heat and humidity.

Boston Ivy, Japanese Creeper

Boston Ivy, Japanese Creeper (Parthenocissus tricuspidata)

This lush and leafy climber provides a wall of foliage over three seasons. Spring and summer the leaves may be green or reddish, depending on variety. Autumn sees the display coloring with red, purple and orange. Prune in early winter if spread needs to be limited.