I agree. It's my favorite of all the grasses.Cher Sunray Gardens
I'm not a big grass person -- but yours looks really good and I may have to reconsider!
Beautiful.Have you had any relief yet from the drought?
Gorgeous purple grass.... Love it..Have you all gotten any rain lately --and cooler temperatures? I hope so.Hugs,Betsy
We had .60" a week ago. And, we've been cooler lately. Actually have had the windows open!!!
This was the centerpiece for one of my containers last year. I love the way it moves with the breezes.I forgot about it this year...it could have filled in where the J. Beetles were busy munching on my other flowers in containers. I only wish it was hardy to my zone.Yours looks so healthy...just lovely.Balisha
They can thrive in a water garden, too. Beautiful, durable grass.
Not much chance of a water garden here but that would be great seeing the swaying plumes reflected in the water.
Your second photo of the grass is gorgeous.
I'm really glad you're enjoying it. You know that if you have hot summers again that this is a strong performer BUT there are others you will have to try out as well:) They do so well with heat and a little water. Plus I love the purple grass blades.
Stunning! And a good choice of pot for it as well.
One of my favorites too. .We've also turned off the AC and just have windows open. .I love sleeping at night like that!! Seems like September now instead of mid August!! Enjoy!
It is beautiful! Mine did not return this year. 60's? Wow!
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