|Calamagrostis ×acutiflora 'Karl Foerster'||Feather reed grass|
|Festuca ovina var. glauca ●@||Blue fescue|
|Helictotrichon sempervirens ●@||Blue oat grass|
|Luzula sylvatica ●@||Greater woodrush|
|Miscanthus sinensis 'Morning Light' ●@||Maiden grass|
|Panicum virgatum||Switch grass|
|Pennisetum villosum||Feathertop grass|
|Seslaria spp. ●||Moor grass|
Scientific and common names are listed for each plant. Plants are listed in alphabetical order by scientific name.
If the scientific name has a link, it leads to a page with photos and cultural information. If the common name has a link, it leads to photos, but not to cultural information.
Key to symbols
spp. = More than one species is water-conserving
● = Suitable for dry shade; amount of shade varies
N = Native to Washington or Idaho
@ = May reseed or spread
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