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Andropogon 'Blackhawks' is a big, bold grass with deep purple leaf tips and burgundy red inflorescences in mid summer all becoming purple black in fall.

'Rain Dance' big bluestem forms a vertical column of grassy foliage that turns red by midsummer and maroon in the fall.

Andropogon 'Red October' is a big, bold, upright grass turning bright red then smoky purple beginning in midsummer.

Arundo 'Golden Chain' is a gold variegated form of the giant reed growing to seven feet tall.

Arundo 'Peppermint Stick' is a giant grass with green to blue-green and white variegated foliage.

Bouteloua gracilis 'Blonde Ambition' has chartreuse flowers that mature to blonde seed heads held like jaunty pennants on stiff stems over blue-green foliage.

Calamagrostis brachytricha is a superlative clump forming grass with bright green leaves and thick plumes of silver-pink.

Cortaderia 'Blue Bayou' is a dwarf pampas grass with blue foliage and classic white flower plumes on plants of a manageable size.

Deschampsia cespitosa 'Northern Lights' produces wonderful mounds of green and cream variegated foliage flushed with pink in spring.

Fargesia murielae is one of the hardiest of all bamboos and is a clumper that will not spread.

Fargesia nitida is one of the hardiest of all bamboos and is a clumper that is an important food source for the giant panda.

Fargesia robusta is a clumping, tall and robust bamboo with culms that create a checkerboard effect.

This newly introduced species features orange-red culm sheaths that contrast with dark green canes and attractive foliage.

Fargesia rufa 'Little Red Head' features orange-red culm sheaths that contrast with dark green canes and attractive foliage.

Fargesia scabrida has young culms with sheaths that are dark orange opening to reveal steel-blue and lavender culms aging to olive-green.

Festuca 'Beyond Blue' is one of the bluest of all fescues and for that matter all grasses!