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Image of Calamagrostis x acutiflora

James H. Schutte

(Feather Reed Grass, Karl Foerster Feather Reed Grass)

Feather reed grass is an evergreen perennial ornamental grass with bright green narrow leaves forming an upright clump. In summer, 'Karl Foerster' has panicles of bronze-pink flowers that are held well above the plant, giving it an airy appearance. The flowers and foliage turn gold in the fall and stay that way through winter.

Plant 'Karl Foerster' in any site with at least 6 hours of direct sunlight; it should be sheared to the ground in late winter. The inflorescences hold up well in fresh and...

Image of Calamagrostis x acutiflora

James H. Schutte

(Feather Reed Grass, Overdam Feather Reed Grass)

Feather reed grass is an evergreen perennial ornamental grass with bright green variegated leaves forming an upright but somewhat loose clump. In summer, 'Overdam' has panicles of pinkish-green flowers that are held well above the plant, giving it an airy appearance. The flowers and foliage turn gold in the fall and stay that way through winter.

This grass should be sited in some sun and tolerates any soil; it should be sheared to the ground in late winter. The inflorescences hold up well in...

(Feather Reed Grass, Upright Feather Reedgrass)

Feather reed grass is an evergreen perennial ornamental grass with bright green narrow leaves forming an upright clump. In summer, 'Stricta' has panicles of greenish bronze-pink flowers that are held well above the plant, giving it an airy appearance. The flowers and foliage turn gold in the fall and stay that way through winter. It is slightly later blooming when compared to cultivar 'Karl Foerster'.

Cultivar 'Stricta' must be planted in a full to partial sun locale in practically any soil; it...

Image of Cenchrus echinatus photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Southern Sandbur)

Dare to walk though a patch of southern sandspur and be prepared to pluck prickly, annoying seeds from your pants and shoe laces. Believed native to southern North America and the Caribbean, southern sandspur's weedy, invasive tendencies now finds the species growing all over the world, especially in tropical and warm-temperate regions. This annual, fast-growing grass has a fibrous root system and tidy, clumping habit. Its ability to flower and produce seeds in abundance allows it to become a colonizing...

Image of Chasmanthium latifolium photo by: Felder Rushing

Felder Rushing

(Indian Woodoats, Northern Sea Oats)

Northern sea oats is an upright growing ornamental grass native to the eastern United States and northern Mexico. Its gracefully, arching stems bear spikes in the late summer to early autumn that resemble flattened oat seedheads. The bamboo-like leaves turn a golden-tan in the winter and the seedheads remain on throughout most of the winter adding to the garden interest.

Plant northern sea oats in full sun in any fertile soil that is well-drained. It performs better with moist soil, but can...

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ItSaul Plants

(Northern Sea Oats)

Northern sea oats is an upright growing ornamental grass native to the eastern United States and northern Mexico. Its gracefully, arching stems bear spikes in the late summer to early autumn that resemble flattened oat seedheads. The bamboo-like leaves turn a golden-tan in the winter and the seedheads remain on throughout most of the winter adding to the garden interest.

Plant northern sea oats in full sun in any fertile soil that is well-drained. It performs better with moist soil, but can...

(Longleaf Woodoats, Southern Woodoats)

Longleaf woodoats is a clumping perennial grass that forms tufted flowers along tall, wiry stems. Native to the southeastern United States, it forms a fountain of upright, medium-green, narrow leaves. In summer, thin, tall stems arise from the clump, with sparse clusters of flower tufts, with tiny white flowers emerging from the green buds.

Longleaf woodoats will perform superbly in a fertile, moist garden soil that isn't overly alkaline in pH. It will grow well in full sun if summers are not...

(Red Tussock Grass)

A densely leafy evergreen plant, red tussock grass brings a a graceful spreading form with thin, coppery leaves to the landscape. A New Zealand native, it flowers on lightly weeping stems among or fully above the leaves in early summer, with the flowers sparsely spaced on short branches at the top of the flowers stems. It is mostly admired for the color of the leaves, which range from a metallic golden tan to a dramatic coppery red. In winter the leaves tend to be beige at their tips, with coppery...

Image of Cortaderia photo by: Felder Rushing

Felder Rushing

(Pampas Grass)

Best known in the form of pampas grass (C. selloana), Cortaderia comprises more than 20 evergreen or semi-evergreen grasses native to South America, New Zealand, and New Guinea. Their long, arching blades arise from dense spreading clumps that can become immense. Showy, feathery panicles of silvery, tawny, or pinkish flowers are borne on stout stems. Height varies, but most species are tall.

In cultivation, most cortaderias grow best in full sun and amply drained, average to poor soil. They are...

Image of Cortaderia jubata photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Purple Pampas Grass)

Best known in the form of pampas grass (C. selloana), Cortaderia comprises more than 20 evergreen or semi-evergreen grasses native to South America, New Zealand, and New Guinea. Their long, arching blades arise from dense spreading clumps that can become immense. Showy, feathery panicles of silvery, tawny, or pinkish flowers are borne on stout stems. Height varies, but most species are tall.

In cultivation, most cortaderias grow best in full sun and amply drained, average to poor soil. They are...