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Blue fescue: care tips


Blue fescue is a pretty little grass.

Easy to maintain, it does not require any pruning and offers a nice shade for a decorative bed.

In summary, what you need to know:

Last name : Festuca glauca
Family : Poaceae
Type : Perennial, grass

Height
: 30 to 50 cm
Exposure : Sunny
Ground : Ordinary

Foliage
: Persistent
Flowering : June to July

Planting blue fescue

Plant preferably in the fall or in the spring.

Avoid periods of frost for planting and water regularly during the first weeks after planting to promote rooting.

Multiplication by division of the tuft in the fall or spring.

Caring for blue fescue

The interview is very easy and blue fescue does not require any care except for watering in hot weather and in the weeks after planting.

Adapting to soils of very different natures, blue fescue is rustic and hardly fears any disease.

It is not necessary to prune because the blue fescue quickly reaches its adult size and it is by maintaining its natural form that it is prettier.

Good to know about blue fescue

Very pretty grass, the blue fescue has the advantage of offering a very beautiful foliage in steel blue hues, persistent and colorful.

Its cultivation is very easy and requires almost no maintenance.

It is now one of the favorite grasses for the ornament of gardens and seduces with its blue reflections of rare beauty!

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