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Bouteloua gracilis ‘Hachita’
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Bouteloua

       
Bouteloua gracilis ‘Hachita’ full sun  drought tolerant

Originally selected by the USDA for its mighty drought abiding persona, this small statured narrow bladed grass was collected in 1957 on the semi-arid plains south of Hachita, New Mexico. The alluring presentation of delicate reddish purple inflorescences morphs into glittery eyelash- shaped seed heads above a trim close-knit grayish green clump and belies ‘Hachita’s tough-guy reputation. Appealing to both birds and floral arrangers, Blue Gamma Grass resents poorly drained wet locales, tackles Black Walnut roots, shallow rocky soil, air pollution plus erosion, and can be nestled into the rockery, a more wild venue or employed as a mowable lawn substitute.

Blooms June–October

Size: 12"–20" high x 8"–12" wide; hardy to zone 3.

Bouteloua gracilis ‘Hachita’ (G-0553)
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