Schizachyrium scoparium 'Blue Heaven'

U of M introduction. A native that at one time was one of the most predominant grasses in North America. Dark blue to burgundy foliage turns to purple, violet and finally red. This selection is more upright than the typical little bluestem and will not fall over.
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4186
Keywords
LITTLE BLUESTEM, BLUE HEAVEN
Zone
3

Schizachyrium scoparium 'Blue Heaven'


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U of M introduction. A native that at one time was one of the most predominant grasses in North America. Dark blue to burgundy foliage turns to purple, violet and finally red. This selection is more upright than the typical little bluestem and will not fall over.

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