Choose the best ornamental grasses for your climate, soil and growing purpose. These are our recommendations for ornamental grass varieties best-suited to containers, moist soils, shady areas, adding late-season color to the landscape, creating privacy screens and creating wildlife habitat.
Whispy ornamental grasses are versatile plants in any garden or landscape. Give your garden four seasons of interest with low-maintenance ornamental grasses. We've rounded up some of the best varieties to try in your yard. You'll love how they look in the wind!
Purple Fountain Grass (Pennisetum setaceum 'Rubrum') is an ornamental grass that brings the passion of purple to your lawnscape or your vase. This brilliant purple grass is beautiful year round, whether you add it to a rock garden, a group in a flower bed, or an accent among other plants in a border.
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Trying to find ornamental grasses for the garden was a real challenge 25 years ago. Today gardeners use them liberally in the garden — for their low maintenance, ease of growth, long flowering time, few insects and diseases, and ready availability.
Also known as Purple Moor Grass, it is a very graceful plant with thread-like leaves that start out green, mature to purplish-brown, then turn a golden tan. The grass mixes great with nearly any perennial and it forms a dense clump that grows up to eight feet high.