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Image of Pennisetum glaucum

James H. Schutte

(Millet, Pearl Millet, Purple Millet)

Highly valued as both a crop plant and ornamental, pearl millet is easy to cultivate, tough, and its seeds are attractive to birds. The striking purple-leaved form, 'Purple Majesty', is a superb ornamental grass for hot, sunny areas in need of bold lines and color.

Millet is a broad bladed grass with an upright habit. Each plant is solitary and looks a bit like a small corn plant. The flower panicles are dense and upright and appear when summer temperatures are hot. Upright clusters of little,...

Image of Pennisetum villosum photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Villous Fountaingrass)

Villous fountaingrass is a tender perennial ornamental grass usually grown as an annual. In summer to early autumn, feathery cream flower heads emerge from clumps of bright green, arching foliage. This deciduous grass is native to the mountains of tropical Africa, where it bakes in full sun.

Grow this medium-sized grass in moderately fertile, moist, well-drained soil in full sun. Where it overwinters, cut back the dead top growth in early spring. Villous fountaingrass often self-sows prolifically...

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PlantHaven

(Croftway™ Yellow Sovereign Yellow Trumpet Fuchsia, Yellow Trumpet Fuchsia)

Native to the Drakensburg mountains of South Africa, Phygelius aequalis is a tender shrubby perennial that produces spikes of beguiling dangling tubular flowers from late spring to early fall. Croftway™ Yellow Sovereign bears pale yellow blooms on sturdy thigh-high stems. Pollinated by sunbirds in their native habitat, Phygelius flowers draw hummingbirds in North American gardens. This perennial can become semiwoody with time, producing strong upstanding basal branches that sucker...

Image of Physalis alkekengi photo by: Ernst Benary® Inc.

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Chinese Lantern)

Known for its papery, orange-red, lantern-like blooms, Chinese lantern is an interesting rhizomatous perennial that is native throughout Europe and Asia. In summer, it produces large, lantern-like, calyces that are first green and mature to orange-red. These surround small, star-shaped flowers within, which are followed by inedible red berries that can be seen as the papery lanterns turn tan and become thin and lacy.

Chinese lantern grows best in full to partial sun and can tolerate a wide range...

(Chinese Lantern)

Known for its papery, orange-red, lantern-like blooms, Chinese lantern is an interesting rhizomatous perennial that is native throughout Europe and Asia. The variety franchetii is unique in that it has rounder leaves and smaller flowers than the standard species. In summer, it produces large, lantern-like, calyces that are first green and mature to orange-red. These surround small, star-shaped flowers within, which are followed by inedible red berries that can be seen as the papery lanterns turn...

(Dwarf Chinese Lantern, Zwerg Dwarf Chinese Lantern)

Known for its papery, orange-red, lantern-like blooms, dwarf Chinese lantern is an interesting rhizomatous perennial that is native throughout Europe and Asia. The cultivar 'Zwerg' is unique in that it has a shorter, more compact habit. In summer, it produces large, lantern-like, calyces that are first green and mature to orange-red. These surround small, star-shaped flowers within, which are followed by inedible red berries that can be seen as the papery lanterns turn tan and become thin and lacy....

Image of Polygonum polymorphum photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Giant Fleeceflower, White Fleeceflower)

White fleeceflower is a lovely upright clumping perennial that will grace the late spring with fluffy-looking, regal tip plumes of white flowers. Native to eastern temperate Asia, it boasts dark green, pointed tear-drop leaves along a light green stem that has faint hints of burgundy. In late spring, the numerous stem tips branch, each loaded with white waxy flowers that will slowly age to cream, and eventually to brown over the summer. The mounding plant in flower is a site to behold, reminiscent...

Image of Rudbeckia maxima photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Cabbageleaf Coneflower, Dumbo's Ears, Great Coneflower)

The tall, yellow daisies and blue-green foliage of great coneflower add impressive beauty to the summer garden. It is native to the states of Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Arkansas with an adjunct population in South Carolina. Wild populations can be found growing in moist prairies, old fields and open woods. In recent years, this species has gained popularity as a landscape plant because of its sheer size and unusual beauty.

The plants form substantial clumps of large, paddle-shaped, blue-green...

Image of Saccharum arundinaceum photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Hardy Sugarcane)

The dense, imposing hardy sugarcane creates a massive clump of arching leaves and huge pink plumes from late summer to autumn. It naturally grows on hillsides, dry stream beds and sandy riverbanks, from India and southern China to Indonesia.

The tall stalks of this formidable grass have coarse sheaths and long, dark gray-green leaves. Each blade is arching, floppy and slender. The blade's undersides are softly fuzzy. After the autumnal equinox, the stalks produce tall, impressive wispy flower...

Image of Saccharum giganteum photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Sugarcane Plumegrass)

Tall rosy pink flower plumes become silvery peach seed heads, making the sugarcane plumegrass particularly ornamental from early summer to fall. This erect, dramatic grass is native to the soggy meadows, swales and lake shores of the southeastern United States, from New York to Texas and Florida. It has a rhizomatous root system that spreads to form substantial clumps over time.

Sugarcane plumegrass has a wispy and slender habit, unless the clump is large with numerous leafy stems. The thin,...