Festuca glauca - 'Blue Fescue'
Zone: 4 to 8 (10).
Prefers full sun (for best color) but will tolerate light shade.
Mature size: Narrow blade dense clumps reach 4 to 8 inches tall;
Flowers extent to 6 - 10 inch in height.
Bluish, fine-textured, dwarf ornamental prefers well-drained soil. Flowers in early summer; prune to maintain quality foliage.
Use as a ground cover, in masses, in the rock garden, or containers. Deer resistant.
Blue Fescue is a drought tolerant, evergreen that does best in cool, dry climates. It is hardy from zones 4-8 and flowers in summer.
Ten (10) plants in quart containers per flat (or tray).