Our Ornamental Grass Flower Seeds offer some of the most versatile, long-living, easy-to-maintain landscape options available. Most ornamental grasses adapt well to a wide variety of climatic and growing conditions, many of them looking dramatically interesting all year long. They even add motion and sound to the garden as they move in soft spring breezes or bend in stiff winter winds.
In addition, ornamental grasses will attract native songbirds, all year long. Birds enjoy the grasses for nesting material and though there are few pests that will damage decorative grasses, the birds will enjoy feasting on those insects, caterpillars and worms that shelter in and under the grasses’ fronds. Migrating songbirds will also be attracted to the seeds most ornamental grasses produce in the fall and early winter, feeding the birds in warmer climes throughout the entire winter season. First gaining immense popularity in the 1980s when showcased by a German-born landscape in parks and gardens in and around Washington D.C., some of those same grass plants are still alive today, while many more cultivars, both for cool seasons and warm seasons, have made it easy for all gardeners and landscape artists to explore the soft, natural look and care-free nature of ornamental grasses.
Not particularly heavy feeders, grasses, as will all plants, will benefit from regular feeding; those in containers especially requiring regular feeding to thrive. A water-soluble fertilizer works best, feed every month or two when in a container and every 3 to 6 months when in the ground. We recommend Jungle Flora or Neptune’s Harvest, both of which are approved for organic gardening, are formulated specifically for vegetable and ornamental plants and are safe for use around your family and pets, as well as being safe for the environment.
Each order of our fresh Ornamental Grass seeds is filled by hand, put into a resealable plastic bag and then placed into a labeled seed packet. It is our goal to provide our customers the best in freshness and quality.