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.
Propagation seeds, dividing the clump
Cutting back spring