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Ornamental Grass Seed

A Vast Assortment of Ornamental Grass Seed
Ornamental grasses can help to add beauty and allure to any landscape. As traditional designs become more unconventional, these gorgeous grasses are starting to become a mainstay in perennial beds, wildlife areas, and shrub borders.
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At, we feature a wide selection of ornamental grass seed for sale that can help you create the perfect landscape design for your home. Let’s check out some of top ornamental grass seed sellers:
Ornamental Grass Seed

Pennisetum - Alopecuroides 
Also known as black-flowered fountain grass, this species has flower spikes which are both fuzzy and a dark purple-black color. It creates the perfect contrast to deep green foliage in late summer, and looks amazing planted for accents, or in drifts.
Blue Fescue 
Because it’s easily planted from seed, Blue Fescue is one of the most popular ornamental grasses. Its distinct blue-green color makes it ideal for many applications, including cemeteries, golf courses, and even commercial sites.
As native grasses, big and little bluestem can be excellent choices for planting in containers or flower beds. Their beautiful reddish-copper color during autumn is quite striking, and makes for a great accent to mix with wild flowers.
A self-seeding grass, feathertop has flowers that resemble clouds and producers silver panicles throughout late summer and early fall. Be sure to plant them in an area where they can spread to avoid having to cut off the flowers before the seeds ripen.
Fountain grass has an attractive rosy-pink color during summer, and is well suited for hot and dry conditions. Ideal for both mixing with wildflowers or planting alone, it forms a dense clump that can measure up to 18 inches.
Mexican Feathergrass 
This grass features needle like leaves that form bright green clumps. Flowers appear in June, and change to gold during fall. Mexican Feathergrass is perfect for planting alone or in drifts.
This hybrid grass is one of the easiest to grow and most adaptable. Miscanthus can reach heights of up to seven feet and spread up to three feet wide in the garden. Its ideal uses are for a hedge or screen, but it also looks great as a specimen planting.
Adding a rich texture and gorgeous white and pink colors, Pampas is one of the most popular varieties of ornamental grass seeds. They feature eight-to-twelve-feet tall bloom stalks, each topped with rosy pink “featherdusters.” Be advised that the leaves can have sharp edges, so plant them in a safe area.
Derived from an African plant species, Ruby Grass is best when planted in clusters. It reaches a height of three to four feet, and look best when planted around taller perennials that have late-blooming tendencies.
Weeping Lovegrass 
Introduced to the U.S. from Africa, this grass proliferates in warm seasons and features characteristic "drooping" leaves, hence the name. Also considered as a native grass, Weeping Lovegrass is dark green, and forms dense clumps.   
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Blue Fescue Seeds

Blue Fescue (Festuca cinerea glauca Varna) - Create low-growing clumps with Blue Fescue seed. These ornamental grasses are excellent for the front of the border, and the blue-green color complements colorful ornamentals. The Blue Fescue plant can survive extended droughts and the stress of a drought only deepens the color of the ornamental grass.

Blue Hair Seeds

Blue Hair Grass (Koeleria glauca) - Blue Hair grass seed produce both the foliage and flowers that are attractive and enhancing to the landscape, and it is one of the few low-growing ornamental grasses. This ornamental grass will only grow to 12 inch tall, producing dense tufts of blue-green leaves.

Blue-Eyed Grass Seeds

Blue-eyed Grass (Sisyrinchium bellum) - These Blue Eyed grass seeds are sure to thrill you! As you might expect from the common name, Blue-eyed Grass, this little perennial has grass-like foliage with a blue-purple flower. It is categorized as an ornamental grass, however, it is in the Iris family.

Brome Seeds - Mediterranean

Mediterranean Brome (Bromus macrostachys) - Start Mediterranean Brome seeds for a fast-growing, lovely cool season ornamental grass. A synonymous botanical name is Bromus lanceolatus, and a second common name is Ornamental Brome grass. This variety of Bromegrass is often used for a bedding plant.

Brome Seeds - Red

Red Brome (Bromus rubens) - Give your color pots a lovely addition this year by growing Red Brome grass seed. This annual grows quickly, and produces pink flower panicles that grow fairly upright and not drooping. Red Brome Bromus rubens is an exotic species that comes from southern Europe.

Cat Grass Seeds

Cat Grass Variegated (Hordeum Vulgare Variegate) - Whether you are growing Cat Grass seeds for your feline friends or as ornamental grass, you can not go wrong! Variegated Cat Grass is lovely with bright white and green foliage, and it is lovely as a seasonal accent plant growing with other annuals in containers and borders.

Coix Seeds

Job's Tears (Coix Lacryma-jobi) - For an interesting ornamental grass, try starting Cois seeds and enjoy this attractive grass that is known for its seeds. Commonly called Job's Tears grass, Coix is a perennial grass only in climate zones 9 and 10, and it is grown as an annual in the cooler zones.

Corynephorus Seeds

Corynephorus Grass (Corynephorus canescens Spiky Blue) - Often called Grey Hair Grass or Gray Clubawn Grass, Corynephorus seeds produces a fine-textured, low-growing ornamental grass. This evergreen ornamental grass has a vertical, tufted habit with finely divided, rigid, grey-green leaves and silver-grey spiklets.

Edraianthus Grass Bells Seeds

Grassy Bells (Edraianthus graminifolius) - Perfect for the rock or alpine garden, start Grassy Bells seeds for an ornamental grass with a surprise. This ornamental grass has tufts of narrow grass-like leaves, and in early summer, lovely upward facing purple flower clusters appear. The flowers are large in comparison to the little tuft of grassy leaves, and they can reach 2 inches across.

Hordeum Jubatum Seeds

Foxtail Barley (Hordeum jubatum) - If you like native ornamental grasses, try growing Foxtail Barley grass seeds. It is also commonly called Squirrel Tail Grass, and it prefers full sun and moist to dry conditions. Hordeum jubatum has gained popularity as an ornamental grass because of its highly attractive flower heads.

Isolepsis Cernua Seeds

Fiber Optic Grass (Isolepsis cernua Live Wire) - Not too many ornamental grasses can be called Fiber Optic Grass! This unique ornamental grass plant is ideal for adding texture to mixed containers or as an indoor plant. Start the Isolepsis cernua seeds for a house plant, an addition to the border, or a planting along ponds and water gardens.

Lagurus Ovatus Seeds

Bunny Tails (Lagurus ovatus) - Grow Lagurus ovatus seed for this delightful little annual that is excellent for cutting and preserving. Commonly known as both Bunny Tails and Hare's Tail, this ornamental grass is neat and compact, topped by chartreuse puffballs that really do resemble little rabbit tails!

Lamarckia Aurea Seeds

Lamarckia Aurea (Lamarckia aurea Golden Shower) - Easy to grow from Lamarckia aurea seeds, this annual ornamental grass is commonly called Goldentop. Golden Top Grass is originally from the Mediterranean region, and today in the United States it can be found growing from Texas to California.

Lemon Grass Seeds

Lemon Grass (Cymbopogon flexuosus) - Grow Lemon Grass seeds for an essential herb used in Asian cuisine. The leaves and stems of Lemon Grass can be used fresh or dried to impart a distinct lemon flavor. Lemongrass herb adds exquisite flavor to soup, curries, and sauces, as well as fish and chicken dishes.

Millet Seeds - Golden

Golden Millet (Milium effusum) - If you have shade, you will want to start Golden Millet seeds! Most ornamental grasses need full sun, but this little ornamental Millet Grass actually prefers a shady location. The golden, chartreuse leaves will brighten any shady spot in your landscape

Mondo Grass Seeds - Black

Black Mondo Grass (Ophiopogon planiscapus Nigrescens) - If you have shady areas, you'll want to start Black Monda Grass seeds for a unique and attractive grass. Ophiopogon planiscapus Mondo Grass is considered to be a dwarf ornamental grass as it only reaches about 6 inches in height.

Monkey Grass Seeds

Monkey Grass (Liriope muscari Big Blue) - If you need a decorative border or edging plant, start Monkey Grass seeds, and enjoy this popular ornamental grass plant. Also known as Lily Turf, this ornamental grass has evergreen foliage and violet blue flower spikes during the summer.

Panic Grass Seeds

Panic Grass (Panicum violaceum) - If you enjoy adding ornamental grasses to your indoor arrangements, grow Panic Grass seeds, and add this lovely annual grass to your cutting garden collection. Sometimes referred to as Violet Panic Grass, this annual is very attractive with purplish-green, pendulous flower-heads.

Polypogon Seeds

Rabbits Foot Grass (Polypogon monspeliensis) - For a spring and early summer ornamental grass, start Polypogon monspeliensis seeds and enjoy this fast growing, attractive annual. Common names for this grass are Annual Rabbitsfoot Grass or Annual Beardgrass. This ornamental grass is not picky about soil, and it tolerates moist to wet soils where other grasses will not grow.

Quaking Grass Seeds

Quaking Grass (Briza maxima) - If you like adding ornamental grasses to your fresh and dried arrangements, you will want to start Quaking Grass seeds. This ornamental grass is an easy to grow perennial that forms dense clumps and bears graceful, nodding, oval-shaped seed heads.

Ruby Grass Seeds

Ruby Grass (Rhynchelytrum nerviglumis) - If you like showy ornamental grasses, this one is a great addition for your landscape. Grown readily from Ruby Grass seeds, this spectacular ornamental grass is native to South Africa. Ruby Grass has blue-green foliage that turns brown in the fall. Throughout the summer, the grass blooms beautiful 3 - 4 inch ruby-pink blooms that sit 12 inches above the foliage.

Wheat - Black Knight

Black Knight Wheat (Triticum Aestivum) - This ornamental grass grows approximately 3 feet tall with black seed heads, awns, and spikelets.

Yellow-eyed Grass Seeds

Yellow-eyed Grass (Sisyrinchium californicum) - Yellow-eyed Grass seed produces a small clump of grass-like foliage with a yellow flower. Usually this six petaled yellow flower will begin to bloom in April and doesn't stop until the end of July.