Red Head Fountain Grass

Zone

5

Height:

3 feet

Light:

full sun

By: Meriel Bradley

Red Head Fountain Grass is an easy-care perennial grass that thrives in full sun.

It has long soft plumes that rise above its shapely form on gracefully arching stems from mid-summer into fall.

It’s really beautiful as a stand-alone plant or can be used for mass planting. It also performs well in a container but will require more frequent watering.

Quick Facts

Grows best in full sun

Plums appear above foliage mid to late summer into fall

Grows 3 feet tall and wide

Hardy zone 5 – 9

Grows well in containers

 Easy care perennial

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