A dwarf, compact Maiden Grass for small gardens. Late summer plumes emerge pink, becoming white as they age. Just one makes a stunning statement in the landscape! Even better en masse!
Beautiful in mass plantings, this fountain grass has dark purple-black plumes in late summer that are quite striking.
Similar to 'Hameln' but a foot taller with plumes. The pink-tinted plumes appear July-Sept. With cold weather the grass turns orange-red.
Smaller that regular Pampas Grass and suited for smaller gardens. All blooms are female and very showy from Aug. thru winter.
With wide, dark purple leaves, this dramatic looking grass may be a good substitute for the less winter-hardy Purple Fountain Grass. Although it does not bloom in Central Texas, it comes back strong from the roots in the spring.
A great substitute for Mexican Feather Grass, this low growinga grass has cream-colored plumes above dark green foliage.
Growing to 4', and 6' with blooms, this grass has graceful slender foliage with contrasting white variegation on its leaf margins. Zn 5
This hybrid progeny of Pink Muhly and Big Muhly combines the best of both parents. A narrow, upright form with blue-green leaves, blooming in fall with pink plumes in dramatic arches. Ideal for narrrow spaces.