Blue Gama Grass
- Hardy Zones 4-9, Cold Hardy, Soil Type- All Soils
Here's how your plants will look on arrival. All plants are dormant with no leaves or foliage.
Blue Gama Grass- Boutella Gracilis
Blue Gama Grass – Boutella Gracilis flourishes in a sterile environment but can adapt to accommodate environmental needs. Blue Gama Grass has a bluish-gray hue on the leaves, which changes to orange-red in the fall. Found in the Great Plains, this annual grass can withstand dry seasons and can grow up to 12 to 15 inches tall.
Blue Gama is multi-purpose grass that can be mixed with other greens or used to fill in tight spots on a golf course. A tasty nibble for wildlife animals, such as an antelope. Settle in the prairies of the Midwest in the United States; this grass can give an illusion of a wooly caterpillar from a distance. You can observe the prime of this grass in the summer.
Blue Gama can be found in the southern states but to appreciate its essence, it can be seen in the mountains as a grazing feast for multiple animals. The grass is accustomed to being rooted in dry areas; a drought would be an excellent provision for the Blue Gama. Cannot withstand sectors that are subjected to saturation or overwhelming conditions. Temperate in dark or harsh soil and to fire unless the fire has weakened the grass at the beginning of the growth stage. Blue Gama Grass requires minimal preservation. This grass should plant in a stable and weed free setting. The Blue Grama Grass uses a unique method of water usage; they will swiftly use water when obtainable.
The grass does attract insects that can be threatening for rummaging. Grasshoppers and June Beetle can feed off this grass; therefore, depleting the grass from its nutrients and risking a loss of the Blue Grama. The herb is beneficial for animals and people. Its’ versatility supplies food for wildlife, yet providing a particular grace for your lawn.
Blue Gama Grass