Luzula nivea

Luzula nivea (Snowy Woodrush)
Gradually increasing evergreen clumps of neat ground covering foliage composed of loose slender hairy leaves from which the arching sprays of elegant white flowers emerge in early Summer. A fine little architectural grass often specified by garden designers.
Because of its neutral colouration of flowers and foliage this plant will go well in many settings, for example against the stronger colours of bold perennials, in the formality of a courtyard or urban garden or simply planted en masse to provide effective low maintenance ground cover.
Luzula nivea is a good plant for shade, either dry or moist making it useful for bringing ordered ground cover to more difficult areas. They also grow well in full sun provided there is at least a little moisture in the soil (which can be assured with a generous mulch in Spring)

Luzula Nivea Potted Grasses

  • in 2 litre pots

  • Minimum order quantity: 1

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Luzula nivea is an evergreen grass, they need very little maintenance other than a ‘comb’ through the old foliage removing dead leaves in late winter before growth begins again in Spring.

How to grow Luzula nivea
Position: Sun or partial or moderate shade.
Foliage: Evergreen grass, foliage stays all year.
Soil and site: Any well drained soil, poorly drained and damp soil

Flowering time: Summer

Growth rate: Moderate
Ultimate height and spread:  60cm x 50cm

Hardiness:  Fully Hardy
Aftercare: Water regularly after planting and through the first season until established. Tidy up plants in late winter by removing old and dead growth and the old flower stems before the new foliage emerges in Spring.

Delivery is free for most orders above our free delivery thresholds, these are displayed above our prices in the product listings and summarized below. If you don’t need that many plants it’s not a problem, you can choose to pay our delivery charge and only order what you need.

Delivery is convenient – no signature is required so you don’t need to wait in, we will leave your parcel in the safe place that you nominate.

Delivery is fast – because we pick orders daily from our own growing beds your plants only travel the small hop to our packing shed before being sent to you, they are usually delivered within 3-7 days.

Delivery is reliable
– we have been selling and delivering Hedging Plants to our customers nationwide since 1992. We have a lot of experience in packing them safely and only use tried and tested delivery partners.

Smaller Plants (Parcel Delivery)

LocationOrder ValuePrice
UK Mainland excluding HighlandsUp to £90£15.00
UK Mainland excluding HighlandsOver £90Free
Scottish Highlands and Isle of WightAll orders£24.00

Heavy Plants (Pallet Delivery)

LocationOrder ValuePrice
UK Mainland excluding HighlandsUp to £420£72.00
UK Mainland excluding HighlandsOver £420Free
Scottish Highlands and Isle of WightAll orders£72.00

Tall Plants 2.5m+ (Specialist Delivery)

LocationOrder ValuePrice
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UK Mainland excluding HighlandsOver £1800Free
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Exceptions to our delivery charges are Scottish Highland and Isle of Wight delivery areas where we need to charge a little extra to cover the cost of deliveries to these outlying areas. We don’t currently delivery to other offshore addresses including Northern Ireland and Southern Ireland.

Tall plants over 2.5 metres have to be delivered by our own specialised transport, our delivery area is limited to mainland England and Wales only.

Please note there is a minimum order value of £50 for orders containing smaller plants and £250 for orders containing heavier plants

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