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How can you take care of Festuca glauca

Blue Fescue (Festuca glauca)
  1. Plant Feed. Not necessary.
  2. Watering. Between thorough waterings, allow the soil to dry.
  3. Soil. Ordinary, well-drained soil.
  4. Basic Care Summary. Accepts heat, drought, and poor soil. You can plant in normal, well-drained soil. Between waterings, let the soil dry. As new growth emerges, reduce the amount of watering in spring.

People often ask how to look after Festuca Glauca.

To remove any dead leaves, you can use your fingers to comb through the plants in winter. When they're establishing, container-grown plants should be well watered. They may need to be replaced every few years because they can become worn-out.

How often should you water blue Fescue? Keep the soil moist, but not saturated, until new growth appears. This is when the grass has rooted. Allow the soil to dry between waterings, allowing it to retain about 1 1/2 inches of water each week.

Should blue fescue be reduced in this respect?

Blue fescue can be grown in evergreen climates, so you won't have to trim them in spring. All other places, the plants must been sheared to a few feet from the ground in order to give plenty of space for new growth. Blue fescue is a perennial that can last only a few years.

How can you maintain blue fescue

Blue fescue grows best in full sun. It can tolerate shade but it will not flower as well. This plant likes well-drained soil, but prefers relatively dry conditions. It will not tolerate soggy or wet conditions. The plant needs average amounts of moisture.