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Leymus magellanicus   

Said to be the bluest of all grasses, this species features eye-catching, silverish blue foliage growing 18-24" tall and wide. Non-invasive. Wheat colored inflorescence appears in May on 20-36" stems. Native to the South American mountain regions. 

    Common Name:Blue Lyme Grass or Blue Wild Rye
    Hardiness Zones:3-7
    Deer Resistant:Yes
Growing Tips: Plant in well drained soil.

About Leymus: Most species are known to be invasive, which can be useful when needing something for erosion control. It colonizes effectively, although in the garden it’s best to plant in a deep, bottomless, plastic container to keep it in check. It’s showy enough to be used as an accent where it can provide a contrast whether in the garden, near water features or next to boulders. Tolerates coastal winds and salt.