Blue-eyed Grass –
The Lucerne variety of Blue-eyed grass is a popular choice in rock gardens, border edges, and adding texture to any planter. The bright flowers emerge in early spring and last for several weeks. Technically not a grass, the Blue-eyed is related to the Iris. Lucern will tolerate our hot summers and can easily be divided each year in early spring or fall.
Winchester Gardens generally stocks this item.
Lupine – In full sun, pale yellow lupine makes a lovely color echo with cream-flowered Aunt May blue-eyed grass. The fingered lupine leaves contrast well with Aunt May’s striped iris-like foliage.
Perennial geranium – The vivid blue flowers and attractive foliage of Johnson’s blue geranium provide an excellent foil for the upright variegated foliage and creamy flowers of Aunt May in full sun.
Iris – Grow pretty little blue-eyed grass in front of taller Siberian iris. The flower and foliage size make a great contrast.