Great native plant for any landscape. Seeds have a fragrance that some describe as buttered popcorn, while others say cilantro. Very wispy in habit. Extremely drought tolerant.
2014 Perennial Plant of the year, introduced by Roy Diblik of Northwind Perennial Farms. Strictly upright dark blue-green foliage with tan seed heads. Wonderful exclamation point in the garden.
Reliably red foliage from mid summer until fall. Red seeds above the foliage. Great old school plant.
Often called Dwarf Fountain Grass, but it actually grows fairly large. Large beige bottle brush like flowers over green arching foliage. Foliage turns yellow in fall
Extremely large red flowers are exceptional come bloom time. Flowers are soft. Foliage is wider than others of the species.
Fine textured foliage. More reliable bloomer than ‘Gracillimus’. Silver flowers aging to brown. Great purple fall color.
Dwarf version of maiden grass. Beautiful fine textured foliage has an arching habit with pink changing to silver plumes in fall.
Fine textured maiden grass. This grass is a very late bloomer so some years no plumes will be seen. When it does flower in a late fall, flowers can be red-purple changing to brown. Fall color can be spectacular purples and oranges
Fine textured, variegated foliage. White edges make this plant light up in morning sun. Purple flowers are attracting in late fall.
Thick vertical foliage turns purple to red in fall. Silvery red plumes