Sesleria nitida is a pretty semi evergreen grass with grey- green foliage. Grey flower heads appear in late spring which fade to buff as the season progresses. It is low growing, so ideal at the front of a border, where is will provide an interesting structure, especially when planted in groups of 3.
It is semi evergreen so may lose some leaves through the winter. Therefore comb through the plants in the Spring wearing gloves to remove any dead foliage.
Do not allow the roots to become waterlogged, as it will grow happily in dry conditions.