Attractive, bamboo-like foliage and dangling, flat flower spikes create a showy accent around water features. Foliage turns coppery in fall, brown in winter. Tolerates ocean salt spray.
Create a stunning vertical effect with feathery stalks that emerge reddish-brown in spring and turn golden in fall. Blooms two to three weeks earlier than common feather reed grass. Stalks make great cut flowers. Sterile seeds do not produce unwanted seedlings. 2001 Perennial Plant of the Year.
Feathery, pinkish tinged flower plumes appear atop tall stems, rising above the foliage of this showy ornamental grass, maturing in fall to light tan and cream. Seeds provide food for birds. Compact mounds slowly form clumps. Effective accent or mass planting. Performs in shade or sun, in average garden settings or moist borders of a stream or pond.
Prized for its unmatched foliage color. Fast growing green leaves emerge with red tips in spring, darkening through summer, and turning burgundy in fall. Airy reddish-pink flowers in summer. Use for mass background plantings or in containers. Deciduous.