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Monday, November 3, 2008

Sesleria caerulea-Moor Grass

Propagating Sesleria caerulea or Moor Grass can be done either in the spring or fall by digging up the parent plant and dividing the clump. It is an evergreen groundcover because only reaches a height of 6"-8", will grow either under drought conditions or near water, is deer resistant, will prevail either in full sun or partial shade in any type of well draining soil. It blooms from March-May and one variety has blue flowers so it could be a great contrast to daffodils.

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