Densiflora, with its slim lily-like emerald foliage (3/8-1/2 inch wide), is a dense
spikes that resemble miniature grape hyacinths.
She prefers moist, loamy, sandy or clay soil making her relatively adaptable to a variety of environments.
Gardeners appreciate her
tolerance of salt
as well as her
moderate growth rate
Of course the real reason people adore her is that she performs beautifully in container plantings, rock gardens, woodland gardens, seashore plantings,
, massing, as a specimen, or groundcover.
A large bed filled with Densiflora appears natural and unpretentious while using her as a border gives a well-planned, manicured appearance.
Densiflora is native to China and Japan.
If you live in a seaside location, you'll be thrilled with the
Coronation Gold Yarrow
and this hardy liriope.
The gold blossoms and feathery sage foliage of the yarrow will sway and swerve in the sea breeze while the amethyst blooms and emerald blades of the liriope add vivid lower level interest and texture to the garden.
about bare root plants
(especially the paragraph about bare root grasses) so you know what to expect.
Note: the bare roots are single divisions, the 4" bare root clumps have 3-4 divisions.