Idaho Fescue for rain gardens
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Idaho Fescue

(Festuca idahoensis)

A relatively petite bunchgrass, native to the western U.S., this fescue has thin, bluish-green leaves. It can be planted in a mass to create a meadow look, but in this garden it fills gaps. Insignificant flowers.

Zone: 2; Hardy everywhere

Height: up to 14 inches.

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