To see a complete description of our ornamental grasses, simply click on its Botanical Name.
Cool-season grasses begin growing in early spring and slow down or go dormant during the heat of summer. Some of these grasses tend to look a bit scruffy during July / August and may need a trim. Cool-season grasses do best in areas with cooler summers and low humidity.
Warm-season grasses wait until the weather warms up before they begin to grow. Most stand up very well to heat and humidity and grow best in areas with long, hot summers.