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Grandiflora

(Blue Fescue, Elijah's Blue Fescue)

Versatile and pretty, 'Elijah Blue' is by far one of the most popular blue fescues on the market. This evergreen ornamental bunch grass is a dwarf selection known for its neat mounded habit and fine blades of intense blue-green. In the summer it puts forth erect stems of blue-green grassy flowers that mature to a soft tan color.

For best growth, plant blue fescue in full sun and average soil with very good drainage. It is drought tolerant once established and may suffer from root rot if subjected...

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Yoder Brothers

(Blue Fescue, Festina Blue Fescue)

Versatile and pretty, 'Festina' is an improved variety of blue fescue. It is an evergreen ornamental bunch grass known for its neat mounded habit of medium height and fine blades of blue-green with flecks of silver. In the late summer through fall it puts forth erect stems of pale green grassy flowers that mature to a soft tan color.

For best growth, plant blue fescue in full sun and average soil with very good drainage. It is drought tolerant once established and may suffer from root rot if...

(Blue Fescue, Golden Toupee Fescue)

Versatile and pretty, 'Golden Toupee' is a dwarf variety of blue fescue. It is an evergreen ornamental bunch grass known for its neat mounded habit of low height and fine, pointed blades of chartreuse verses the stand blue green of blue fescue. In the early summer it puts forth erect stems of pale green grassy flowers that mature to a straw color.

For best growth, plant blue fescue in full sun and average soil with very good drainage. It is drought tolerant once established, but short-lived...

Image of Festuca ovina photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Sheep Fescue)

Sheep fescue is a perennial, tufted grass used both as ornament and lawn grass. It is native to the cool, western areas of North America and introduced to Europe and Asia. The leaves are fine in texture, linear to thread shaped, blue green in color and rough to the touch. The flowers are produced on narrow, branched spikelets and are green in color. The flower spikes are held well above the foliage and produced in summer.

Sheep fescue is a cool-season grass and can be short-lived. It prefers full...

(Four-leaved Fescue)

Four leafed fescue is a perennial, tufted grass used as an ornamental grass. It is native to Europe. The leaves are short, fine in texture, linear to thread-like, blue green to yellow in color and rough to the touch. The flowers are produced on narrow, branched spikelets and are green. The flower spikes are held well above the foliage and produced in summer.

Four leafed fescue is a cool-season grass and can be short-lived. It prefers full sun to part sun locations with moist, well-drained soil,...

Image of Festuca rubra photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

Forest & Kim Starr

(Red Fescue)

Red Fescue is spreading grass used for turf, meadows and in seed blends with other types of grass. It is native to Europe and North America and has naturalized over much of the cool temperate regions of the world. Red fescue is the most common cool-season turf used in dry, shady and drought prone areas. The leaves are narrow, rolled and dark green. The rhizomes or underground stems spread slowly. The green flowers are on narrow spikes in open, thin heads.

Red fescue is adapted to wide range of...

(Red Fescue)

Red Fescue ‘Molate’ is a spreading and bunching grass mostly used in meadows, mitigation, erosion control and occasionally turf. It was selected from native populations in the northwestern United States for its silver to gray blue foliage color. The leaves are narrow and rolled. The rhizomes or underground stems spread slowly. The green flowers are on narrow spikes in open, thin heads. Red fescue is the most common cool-season turf used in dry, shady and drought prone areas.

Red fescue is adapted...

(Red Fescue)

Chewings Fescue is a bunch grass used for turf, meadows, pasture and in seed blends with other types of grass. It is native to Europe and North America and has naturalized over much of the cool temperate regions of the world. This fescue is a common cool-season turf used in dry, shady and drought prone areas. The leaves are narrow, rolled and dark green. The rhizomes or underground stems spread slowly. The green flowers are on narrow spikes in open, thin heads.

Adapted to wide range of conditions,...

(Red Fescue)

Red Fescue is a bunching and spreading grass used for turf, meadows, pastures and in seed blends with other types of grass. It is native to Europe and North America and has naturalized over much of the cool temperate regions of the world. Red fescue is a common cool-season turf used in dry, shady and drought prone areas. The leaves are narrow, rolled and dark green. The rhizomes or underground stems spread slowly. The green flowers are on narrow spikes in open, thin heads.

Red fescue is adapted...

(Hard Fescue)

The genus Festuca comprises over 300 species and even more cultivated varieties. These may have annual or perennial life cycles, and spreading or bunched habits, depending on the given species. Fescues are broadly distributed across the globe, but most exist in North Temperate regions. Many species are grown as ornamental grasses for the lawn and garden, or for agricultural purposes, but many more exist as common weeds.

Fescues require full to part sun and can tolerate a wide range of soil types,...