|Blue Oat Grass|
|Seedheads are emerging in early June|
Blue oat combines well in a perennial border or makes a great border by itself for along a walkway. Looks great in rock gardens and beside landscape boulders. The blue contrasts nicely with our red sandstone. It also contrasts well with purple leaf foliage & Carex flagellifera. I like to mix them in large pots with Chameleon Euphorbia and orange & pink flowering plants. Blue oat are more enduring than Fescues.
|A meter ruler shows the height of Blue oat in summer|
|Blue oat still looks good in late October|