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  1. Sporobolus heterolepis Prairie Dropseed Photo Courtesy of Walter's Gardens Inc.

    Prairie Dropseed Grass (Sporobolus heterolepis) is considered to be one of our most ornamental native species. It has graceful, fine-textured foliage with see-through fall seed heads...

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    Sporobolus heterolepis Prairie Dropseed Prairie Dropseed Grass Sporobolus heterolepis 'Prairie Dropseed'
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    Prairie Dropseed Grass (Sporobolus heterolepis) is considered to be one of our most ornamental native species. It has graceful, fine-textured foliage with see-through fall seed heads. An excellent performer in a wide range of conditions and soil types.
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  2. Sorghastrum nutans Thin Man, Photo Courtesy of Plant Select

    Sorghastrum nutans Thin Man PP#28,923 is a selected form of native Indian Grass. 'Thin Man' has very blue foliage and a narrow, very upright growing habit to the leaves and flower sp...

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    Sorghastrum nutans Thin Man PP#28,923 Thin Man Indian Grass Sorghastrum nutans Thin Man PP#28,923
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    Sorghastrum nutans Thin Man PP#28,923 is a selected form of native Indian Grass. 'Thin Man' has very blue foliage and a narrow, very upright growing habit to the leaves and flower spikes. A Plant Select winner.
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  3. Muhlenbergia dubia, Pine Muhly Grass

    Muhlenbergia dubia is a geometric delight. This fine-textured native grass grows as an asymmetric dome of thin, fine-textured flower spikes. Blooming in mid-summer, Pine Muhly is a m...

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    Muhlenbergia dubia (Heronswood strain) Pine Muhly Muhlenbergia dubia Heronswood strain
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    Muhlenbergia dubia is a geometric delight. This fine-textured native grass grows as an asymmetric dome of thin, fine-textured flower spikes. Blooming in mid-summer, Pine Muhly is a medium sized ornamental grass with good cold hardiness and an exceptionally nice growth habit. This native plant is drought resistant/drought tolerant (xeric). 36" tall x 36" wide.
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  4. Sporobolus wrightii Windbreaker Photo Courtesy of Plant Select

    Sporobolus wrightii Windbreaker (Lunas Form of Giant Sacaton Grass) is the largest of all our native grasses growing to enormous size at maturity. Blooming in mid-summer, the flower...

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    Sporobolus wrightii Windbreaker Los Lunas Form of Giant Sacaton Grass Sporobolus wrightii Windbreaker
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    Sporobolus wrightii Windbreaker (Lunas Form of Giant Sacaton Grass) is the largest of all our native grasses growing to enormous size at maturity. Blooming in mid-summer, the flower spikes vary in color from blonde to bronze. This ornamental grass is a drought resistant/drought tolerant perennial plant (xeric). Exclusive.
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  5. Bouteloua gracilis Blonde Ambition, Blonde Ambition Blue Grama Grass

    Blonde Ambition Blue Grama Grass (Bouteloua gracilis Blonde Ambition PP#22,048) is a native ornamental grass with a completely new look. The horizontal eyelash-like chartreuse flower...

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    Bouteloua gracilis Blonde Ambition PP#22,048 Blonde Ambition Blue Grama Grass Bouteloua gracilis Blonde Ambition
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    Blonde Ambition Blue Grama Grass (Bouteloua gracilis Blonde Ambition PP#22,048) is a native ornamental grass with a completely new look. The horizontal eyelash-like chartreuse flowers appear in mid-summer and age to blonde seed heads by fall. They are held on the plant right through the winter to provide many months of interest. 2011 Plant of The Year

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Native Plants

Native plants offer the gardener a way to: Plant habitats for native insects, birds and animals; Create durable, water-wise landscapes that require less care and maintenance; Conserve our native plant heritage.

High Country Gardens defines a ‘Native’ plant as one that is found growing naturally in North America. 'Native' also refers to named selections of native species chosen from wild populations for improved garden performance.  Our definition also includes hybrids between two native species but NOT hybrids when only one parent plant is native.

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