Blue Fescue - <i>Festuca glauca</i>

General Characteristics: An attractive bunch grass with bluish leaves.

Flowers and Fruits: Flowers from late spring to late summer. Flowers are wind pollinated, like all grasses. Seeds mature in fall.

Height: Vegetation: 12-18 inches, Flowers: 1 1/2-2 feet.

Width: 12-18 inches.

Horticultural Notes: Available commercially as several cultivars. Will survive with no irrigation, once established. Looks best with a deep soaking, once per month. Prefers full sun but will tolerate partial shade. Trim to a softball sized clump annually. Dividing clumps every couple years improves vigor.

Blue Fescue

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