Love this stuff! Ornamental Grass, Pennisetum (Fountain Grass)  Gorgeous annual ornamental grass Long, slender, rich burgundy leaves.  Long, slender, rich burgundy leaves. Smoky pink foxtails shimmer in the slightest breeze. Satisfying in both tubs and garden beds from spring through frost.

Ornamental Grass, Pennisetum (Fountain Grass) Had this type of grass last season.

Large grasses are fabulous hedges. Use Lomandra longifolia 'Katrinus', Lomandra Hysterix 'Katie Belles' and 'Tropicbelle' to create this landscape. Plant profiles www.bluedale.com.... Buy online www.bluedaleplant... Visit today!

Large grasses are fabulous hedges. Use Lomandra longifolia 'Katrinus', Lomandra Hysterix 'Katie Belles' and 'Tropicbelle' to create this landscape.

In the dry garden, natives such as Poa labillardieri, Lomandra longifolia, and coppiced Eucalyptus latens ‘Moon Lagoon’ thrive.

Melbourne acreage transformed into haven of greenery

Cottage style garden with an Australian twist: in the dry garden, natives such as Poa labillardieri, Lomandra longifolia, and coppiced Eucalyptus latens ‘Moon Lagoon’ thrive.

MINGO is a blue foliage ground cover Kangaroo Grass | Ornamental Native Grass

MINGO Themeda is a ground cover Kangaroo Grass with blue foliage - 'MINGO' Themeda is a ground cover Kangaroo Grass with blue foliage Themeda australis 'Mingo'

Pennisetum alopecuroides PURPLE LEA® 'PA400' ; a clumping growth habit with arching leaves, 80 - 90cm high x 80 - 90cm wide; grows in full sun to part shade, suits sandy to heavy clay soils, tolerates frost and drought. Attracts native birds. Low seed viability so not a great risk of escaping to local bushland

Purple Lea® Pennisetum is an Australian native with showy purple flower heads, has low seed viability so is safe near bushland

Casuarina Glauca (prostate) Cousin It

Casuarina "Cousin It." Mounding, spreading groundcover form of Sheoak. Use on slopes for erosion control or to spill over and soften retaining walls. Prefers well-drained, moist soil but will tolerate drought.

Achnatherum calamagrostis (Stipa calamagrostis) - Spear Grass    Description: cool season; clump forming Foliage - grey-green; the blades are narrow; 50-70 cm (20-28") tall Flowers - June-July; 80-100 cm (32-40") tall  Ideal growing conditions: part shade to full sun (with ample water); moist, well drained, fertile soil; tolerates poor soil with ample water; more drought tolerant in partial shade

This looks like the dwarf fountain grass we'll be planting this year - the smaller, compact version of regular fountain grass.

Lomandra Confertifolia

Lomandra lime tuff mass planting (perhaps use on slopes) Lomandra confertifolia subsp, confertifolia.

Coast Spear Grass Austrostipa Flavescens

Coast Spear Grass Austrostipa Flavescens

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