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Ornamental Grasses

BLUESTEM, Little: Clump forming upright Montana native grass; Summer foliage varies from blue to green and winter color is a coppery-red; Blooms in late summer and retains seed heads late into the season giving the landscape winter interest. (2-3') see another image [1], [2]

Little Bluestem on a hillside in early fall.

BLUESTEM, Big: Warm season, clump forming grass with large green blades in the summer turning coppery-red in the winter.  Ideal for screening. (5-7')

DROPSEED, Prairie: Elegant, fine leaved prairie grass; green blades turn orange in the fall and then a light copper color; airy, open seed heads appear in late summer; tolerant of clay soils. (2') see another image [2]

FESCUE, Idaho: Densely tufted, Montana native grass with silver to green foliage; prefers dry, well drained sites. (1')

FESCUE, Blue: Forms neat mounds of blue foliage; blades turn tan as fall approaches. (1')

GRAMA, Blue: Warm season, Montana native bunch grass; excellent drought tolerance; attractive eyebrow shaped seed heads are retained through the fall. (8-12") see another image [1]

Blue Grama

GRAMA, Side Oats: Warm season bunch grass, flowers are red and attractive "oat" like seed heads are retained into the fall. (1-2')

HAIRGRASS, Tufted: Montana native, cool season bunch forming grass; airy seed heads are on long panicles above the bright green foliage; not tolerant of drought; a great grass for stabilization of moist areas. (2')

INDIANGRASS: Montana native, warm season, tall grass; spreads by rhizomes and can be somewhat aggressive; tolerates slightly moist to dry conditions; a common plant of the tallgrass prairies. (up to 6')

JUNEGRASS, Prairie: Fine leaved bunch grass; green foliage turns tan in late summer and provides winter interest in the garden. (1-2')

OATGRASS, Blue: Mid-sized blue leaved grass, excellent as an accent plant in the garden; delicate flowers on long, arching stems in the spring. (2-3') see another image [1] [2]

REEDGRASS, 'Karl Foerster': Upright growth habit; deep green summer foliage; feathery seed heads turn a light buff color in the fall and through the winter; great for screening and privacy. (5-6') see another image [1], [2]

RICEGRASS, Indian: Clump forming with delicate, airy seed heads; Montana native grass found on dry rocky sites. (1-2')

Indian Ricegrass

SWITCHGRASS: Broad leaves in shades of green, blue and reddish; upright growth habit; great for screening or as an accent plant; airy seed heads are tinted pink in color. (4-6') Many varieties available including 'Shenandoah', 'Heavy Metal' & 'Prairie Sky'

WHEATGRASS, Bluebunch: Blueish leaf blades on a medium sized bunch grass; State grass of Montana; tolerates a wide range of soils conditions; provides food and cover for birds and small animals; does not reseed heavily. (1-2')

WILDRYE, Basin: Tall, Montana native grass; mainly clump forming but can spread slowly from rhizomes; does not tolerate drought; great for screening and privacy. (6-8')