Festuca glauca, also called blue sheep grass, is found in Europe mainly on sunny, stony terrains in the mountains. Due to their extensive root system and the rolled-in leaves, the species is well adapted to poor conditions. Blue fescue does not form foothills like many other grasses but spherical pollen of approximately 20 cm in height. They can be combined well with ground cover plants and low perennials, shrubs, roses and bulbous plants. They want a light soil and a sunny, dry place. They don't invade. The flowers appearing in June-July are united in spike-shaped panicles.