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Plant of the Week: Festuca Glauca

Position: Full sun to light shade Flowering Period: Early summer Soil: Well Drained, Moist Eventual Height: 15cm Eventual Spread: 25cm Hardiness: USDA 4a – 10b Family: Poaceae... Read more

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