facebook Twitter 


Sort by Botanical Name

Sort by Common Name

Luzula ‘Ruby Stiletto’   

This compact woodrush with red-tipped, red-edged leaves grows up to 12”. The ruby-tinted foliage is most pronounced in winter and early spring. Grows best in partial shade. Flowers May-June. 

    Common Name:Woodrush Grass
    Hardiness Zones:3-8
    Deer Resistant:Yes
Growing Tips: Plant in well drained, acidic soil.

About Luzula: The soft, downy hairs found on the leaves of the Luzula catch and hold the morning dew, making the foliage glisten while softening the lines of neighboring plants. The many uses include rock, alpine or woodland gardens, planted alone or en masse. They are a good choice to interplant with bulbs. Many have showy flowers that appear early.