‘Prairie Fire’ red switchgrass. Latin name: Panicum virgatum 'Prairie Fire.' Zone 5-9                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Panicum virgatum 'Prairie Fire' /native-switchgrass-warm season - Fine Gardening Plant Guide by Hercio Dias

Sorghastrum nutans - Indian Grass - excellent choice for a low-maintencance garden. Likes full sun and drought tolerant once established.

Sorghastrum nutans - Indian Grass - excellent choice for a low-maintencance garden. Likes full sun and drought tolerant once established. Looks good for low privacy fence

Another view of Panicum virgatum Ruby Ribbons, aka red switch grass. Bought one to replace prickly barberry off deck.

Switch Grass is one of the easiest and most attractive ornamental grasses, with no tendency to spread or become troublesome. This colourful midsized selection forms an upright clump of leaves that begin bl.

5 MUHLENBURGIA CAPILLARIS - Ornamental Grasses - Five Live Perennial Plants by Hope Springs Nursery

Five MUHLENBURGIA CAPILLARIS -Muhly grass - Ornamental Grasses - 5 Live Perennial Plants by Hope Springs Nursery

13 Plants That Give You Bang for Your Buck  Perennials  Maiden Grass   "This grass forms a light, airy four-foot-tall mound and grows really well in otherwise tough and dry sites.

13 Plants That Give You Bang for Your Buck

Miscanthus grass picture - also known as Maiden grass - 13 Plants That Give You Bang for Your Buck Perennials Maiden Grass "This grass forms a light, airy four-foot-tall mound and grows really well in otherwise tough and dry sites.

Ornamental grasses steal the spolight of any autumn garden. Check out 5 that look fabulous in September.

Ornamental grasses steal the spolight of any autumn garden. Check out 5 that look fabulous in September.

Prairie Dropseed (Sporobolus heterolepis). The showiest prairie grass for gardens, Prairie Dropseed's magnificent fountain of fine textured, emerald-green leaves adds a touch of elegance to any planting. Considered by many to be the most handsome of the prairie grasses, it makes a well-defined and distinctive border when planted 18 to 24 inches apart. Plains Indians ground the seed to make a tasty flour. Plant seed in fall or early spring for best results.

Prairie Dropseed Seed (Sporobolus heterolepis) Light: Full Sun Soil: Sand, Loam Moisture: Dry, Medium Benefits: Birds, Deer Resistant Height: Blooms: Aug, Sep Zones: 8 Color: Straw-Gold Root: Fibrous Per Acre: 10 Lbs Lb

Zebra grass, (Miscanthus sinensis 'Zebrinus'

Zebra grass, (Miscanthus sinensis 'Zebrinus'), is a terrific eye-catcher. To be used by the front entrance, adjacent to the rocks, and perhaps in the planting bed in front of the house.

Red Wind Ornamental grass...who knew

Red Wind Ornamental Grass A flowing mound of green grass with blades that turn a brilliant red in the fall

Various grasses, stipa, heliotrochon, salvias, eryngiums and thymes

Mixed planting of grasses (stipa, heliotrochon) salvias, eryngiums and thymes. Soft grasses droop over top of lovely retaining wall.

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Pink Muhly Grass Muhly Grass never had it so good! This ultra-rugged, ultra-tough native grass is topped in late summer and fall by enormous plumes of cotton-candy pink, as airy as puffballs, as showy as the most elegant bloom!

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