Grasses are the perfect low maintenance plant. They have low spread and add height to any landscape. They come in a wide variety of heights sizes and textures and do great in the Winnipeg climate.
A dark green, upright, rigid clumping selection with the unique flower stalks placed in the center of the clump of foliage. Most of the seed heads are situated in the middle of the clump, rather than arching away from it like most other grasses. 'Northwind' blooms in late summer and is a fast grower.
One of the few ornamental grasses that grows well in shade. It typically forms a low, dense (to 16" tall) of very thin (1/5" wide), arching, flat , dark green grass blades (to 2' long). Numerous flower stems rise in summer from the foliage mound to a height of 3' bearing wide, airy panicles (to 20" long) of tiny, variably-coloured flowers (tones of gold, silver, purple and green)
Dancing Wind is an easy care cultivar with a striking display of colourful foliage from late summer until frost. The summer foliage is yellow-green, accented with red. As the season progresses, the foliage reliably turns from red to deep scarlet. ‚Dancing Wind‚ is shorter than its parent plant (Andropogon gerardii ‚Indian Warrior), and tends to stay more upright.
This Variegated reed grass shares the versatile qualities of the larger green form Karl Foerster, with the additional attribute of shade tolerance. It is very useful in Japanese gardens where a sense of scale is essential.. Compact-sized gross produces striking blades of while and green. Does well in heavy cloy soils.