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Ornamental Grass: Fountain, Liriope, Maiden. $6.97 (Barnett)

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These are in pots and ready to be planted. $6.97.
If you're unable to get them in the ground in the next day or 2, set the pots under a shade tree. They dry out quickly and should be watered every other day to keep them looking their best.

Adagio, (maiden) 3-4’ x 3-4’. An upright, warm season, clump-forming ornamental grass which features extremely narrow, silver-gray blades which turn yellow in fall. Easily grown in well-drained soil. Best in full sun. Less vigorous with decreased flowering and tendency to flop in too much shade.

Gracillimus, (maiden) 4-7' x 3-6'. (to 8' when in flower) Narrow green leaves with a silver midrib form a rounded, arching clump of foliage. Tiny reddish-copper flowers appear in tassels above foliage in late September. Flower plumes provide good winter interest.

Karl Foerster, (cool season) 4’ x 2’. One of the first grasses to start growing in the spring. C. 'Karl Foerster' is an early bloomer, blooms reach 5-6 ft. The blossoms change color through the season and remain on the plant until winter snow brings them down.

Little Zebra, (maiden) 3-4’ x 2-3’. Noted for its compact size, upright form, horizontally banded foliage, and wine-purple flower plumes. Tiny flowers emerge gray purple with the plumes having an overall wine-purple coloration. Provides some winter interest.

Liriope, 12-18” x 1-2'. Erect, showy flower spikes with tiered whorls of dense, lilac flowers, somewhat resembling grape hyacinth (Muscari), rise just above the leaves in late summer. Flowers give way in fall to blackish berries which often persist into winter.

Zebra, (maiden) 5-8’ x 4-6’. Features dark green leaves with zebra-striped, golden yellow bands extending horizontally. Tiny pink/copper-tinted flowers appear tassel-like above the foliage in late summer. Flower plumes persist well into winter providing good winter interest.

Also have butterfly milkweed, aster, juniper, sedum, dianthus, coneflowers, mock orange, salvia, astilbe, heuchera, pussy willow, hydrangea, burning bush, smokebush, dappled willow, daylilies, hosta, arborvitae, $6.97 each.

Google maps:
Shrub Gardens
20145 Hwy C
Barnett, Mo 65011

Mon-Fri. 7-6. Sat. 7-3.
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