Easily grown grass that has fine, arching foliage. Creamy white flowers bloom in fall and then deepen to a reddish color as the weather cools. Year round interest.
Smaller growing form with an arching, clumping growth habit. Plumes of creamy-white flowers above the foliage beginning late summer. A great specimen plant or planted in masses.
Smaller form with a clumping growth habit. Arching foliage is green, turning gold in fall. Flowers spikes remain just above the foliage through winter.
Native Texas grass with hair-like, bright green foliage. Cream-colored flowers last into winter. Great in dry, loose soils. Drought tolerant.
Dark green grass-like groundcover or border plant. Spreads by underground runners. Grows well in constantly moist soils.
A Texas native with an upright habit and blue-green foliage. Pink-tinted flowers rise above the foliage and fade to tan as they mature.
Very drought tolerant with very narrow foliage. Rose-mauve flower plumes provide an airy effect to the landscape beginning late summer. Suitable for xeriscaping.