Blue Moor grass (Sesleria caerulea)

Sesleria caerulea, is a lime-loving grass that can be found naturally growing on calcareous grasslands. It’s grown for its blue-green leaves and attractive spring-summer flowers. In gardens, this compact grass looks best planted en masse for ground cover.

Winterhardy cool season perennial
Height 25/30 cm
Width 25-30 cm
Spacing 40 cm / 6 pc/m2
Flowering time VI-VII (sometimes (IV-V)
Site sunny, warm,  medium moisture to moist, chalky well drained soil. After rooting tolerates drought and dry sandy soil.
Use  groups
Propagation seeds, dividing the clump
Cutting back  spring
Availability 2021
Out of stock