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Buchloe dactyloides 'Buffalo Bill' Bull Buffalo Grass - Low growing grass spreading by stolons w/gray-green thin lvs & tan male flwrs late winter-spring. Full sun. Drought tolerant. Very cold hardy.  [Bouteloua dactyloides, Sesleria dactyloides] 
Sesleria autumnalis 'Fineleaf' Autumn Moor Grass - Evergreen 1' tall clumping grass w/lime green lvs & whitish narrow spikes to 18" in spring. Sun/Light shade. Regular to occasional water. Frost hardy.  [S. autumnalis 'Campo Verde'] 
Sesleria caerulea Blue Moor Grass - Evergreen clumping grass to 10" tall w/blue-green lvs and dark flwrs in spring. Sun/Light Shade. Regular to occasional H20 Hardy to <15 degrees F.   
Sesleria 'Campo Azul' Campo Azul Moor Grass - Evergreen 2' tall clump grass w/lgray-green lvs & whitish narrow spikes to 32" spring-summer. Sun/Light shade. Regular/ occasional water. Hardy.  [S. autumnalis/ S. nitida 'Campo Azul'] 
Sesleria 'Greenlee Hybrid' John Greenlee's Moor Grass - Evergreen grass to 1' tall w/blue-green lvs & purple tinged flwrs in spring. Sun or shade. Occasional to regular irrigation. Hardy to 0 degrees F.  [Sesleria 'Greenlee'] 
Sesleria heufleriana Blue-green Moor Grass - European grass that forms neat dense tufts to 15" tall. Foliage is green in spring, turning glaucus blue in summer-fall. Average water. Very Hardy.   
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