I've had this cute little clumping grass forever... bought from a vendor of alpines many years ago. It gets to 8" max in flower, and about the same around - a useful and rather attractive grass (IMO), small enough for the rock garden. It just occurred to me today, as I was photographing it, that I think it's a Luzula, from the hairy leaves and appearance of the flowers. Does anyone know which species it might be, or if not a Luzula, what it is? Many thanks in advance for clues to an old mystery.
Thank you very much for the suggestions, Trond. I'll look into those possibilities, and see if this mystery might finally be solved!
Luzula congesta or Luzula banksiana var acra
Thanks, David! I'll check out those species.
Lori, I see that is yet another topic that lost the photos in the the forum migration.
Yes, I just looked in Plant Travels and Excursions and noticed that this has happened in several of my threads. It looks like, if it is going to happen, it tends to happen in the first posting.