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Pennisetum Alopecuroides ‘Little bunny’

Chinese Fountain Grass

A truly miniature fountain grass reaching only 40 cm. Forms a compact mound of green leaves which in mid-summer produces long-lasting soft tufted flowers above the foliage that resemble ‘little bunnies’ tails. Hardy but not evergreen.
Eventual size: 30 to 40 cm
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Pennisetum Alopecuroides ‘Redhead’

Chinese Fountain Grass

Dark-red plumes, green glossy foliage, blooms mid summer to late fall. Moderately hardy, evergreen. Well-drained soil.
Eventual size: 1.2 m
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Pennisetum Alopecuroides ‘Viridescens’

Chinese Fountain Grass

This clump forming, dense evergreen grass forms glossy, green leaves which turn brown during autumn. In late summer and early autumn it produces purple/black flower spikes.
Well drained soil. Hardy but not evergreen.
Eventual size
: 75 cm
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Pennisetum Alopecuroides ‘Weserbergland’

Chinese Fountain Grass

Forms a dense mounding clump of deep green foliage. Soft pinkish-white bottlebrush-like flower spikes. Upright and arching, flower spikes rise above the foliage on slender stalks. Foliage turns a rich orange-bronze in the fall. Bloom Time: summer to early fall. Moist but well-drained soil. Hardy but not evergreen.
Eventual size: 70 cm
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Pennisetum messiacum ‘Red Bunny Tails’

Fountain Grass

Compact perennial grass with arching bluegreen linear leaves and pink to redbrown flower plumes in late summer. All soils. Reasonably hardy.
Eventual size
: 70 cm
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Pennisetum orientale ‘Flamingo’

Fountain Grass

Very showy grass that is exceptionally floriferous. Fountains of gray green foliage and whitish inflorescences. Arching rose-pink seed heads. All soils but not too dry. Reasonably hardy.
Eventual size
: 70-100 cm
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Pennisetum setaceum ‘rubrum’

Fountain Grass

Rich burgundy red foliage and beautifully arching spikes of red feathery flowers during late summer. Extremely drought tolerant but unfortunately tender in winter and thus great for container, over winter in a frost free area.
Eventual size: 60 cm to 1 m
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Phalaris arundinacea ‘Picta’

Reed canary grass

Upright-stemmed long, narrow grasslike leaves, striped lengthwise with white and green. Herbaceous perennial. Moisture tolerant. Deciduous. Can be invasive.
Eventual size: 60 cm to 1 m
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Sesleria Caerulea

Blue Moor-grass

S. caerulea is a compact, tufted evergreen grass with bluntly pointed, linear leaves, blue-green on the upper side, dark glossy green beneath; small, egg-shaped purplish flower heads open in spring, soon fading to pale buff. Chalk soil. Hardy, evergreen.
Eventual size
: 30 to 50 cm
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Stipa Capillata

Feather Grass

Forming a dense, glossy green clump of foliage they bloom in summer with beautiful upright plumes. The hair-like awns are at first clear green, and as they mature they turn a beautiful silvery-white. The plants are easy to grow in moderately fertile, medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun. Hardy.
Eventual size
: 70 cm
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Stipa Gigantea

Golden Oats

S. gigantea is a robust tufted evergreen grass to 2m, with arching linear green leaves and large panicles of oat-like, long-awned purplish flowers which ripen to gold. Moist but well-drained soil. Hardly but rarely evergreen.
Eventual size: 1.8 to 2.5 m
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Stipa Tenuifolia

Mexican Feathergrass

S. tenuifolia is a deciduous grass to 1 m, forming a compact upright tuft of thread-like leaves, with narrow, arching, feathery flowering panicles in summer. Moist but well-drained soil. Hardy.
Eventual size: 0.5 m to 1 m
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