Commonly called Switchgrasses, our North American Panicum and cultivars are tough, beautiful, and functional. Panicum virgatum was one of the major grasses in the tall grass prairie of North America. It is the most common Panicum species found in the horticultural trade. Learn more
Muhly Grasses are some of our most beautiful native grasses. Found primarily in the Western Hemisphere, most make their home in the southern U.S. and Mexico. Muhly grasses grow just as easily in inhospitable areas as in well-tended gardens. Plus they’re drought tolerant and undemanding. Learn more.
Found in Europe, Asia, and Central and North America, the genus Calamagrostis includes roughly 250 species. They grow in a range of habitats—low-density forests, fields, and the edges of lakes and streams. This genus includes the beloved and popular Calamagrostis x acutiflora ‘Karl Foerster’. Learn more.