The is the commonly grown millet grass that is endemic to Illinois and which can grow in the shade. It is an amazing addition to that gloomy area you'd like to get something for that will really POP.
In our climate out here in the NW is is practically an evergreen grass but it does get a bit mushy in the winter depending upon whether or not we have any snow. Our plant is planted in the dry shade of a Doug fir and it works really well.
The only setback we have is that our cats find it delicious.
Germination instructions will be included with your seeds. If you're wondering, these are easy to grow. (60 seeds)
Basic Plant Facts:
Milium effusum 'Aureum'
Grows 18" x 18-24"
Likes part to full shade
USDA zones: down to zone 4a
Blooms midsummer with beautiful seedheads
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All growing recommendations made for seed germination are compiled from recognized botanical and horticultural sources. Please note these directions before growing, and follow them carefully. Should a germination problem arise, please notify us within one year of purchase. Refunds and exchanges will be granted if a germination problem has been brought to our attention by customers, and if we have noticed it ourselves here in the garden since we grow the same seeds ourselves.