Very large, showy, bottlebrush-like, light pink plumes emerge over this upright, vertical plant.
Warm Season: These grasses are much slower starting in the spring. They do not push new growth until temperatures warm in early to midsummer. They flower later in the summer or fall with most blooms remaining into the winter. Most warm season grasses can tolerate heat, humidity and drought; some even thrive in these conditions.
Grows best in full sun to partial shade in a moist, well-drained soil, however, will tolerate most soil types. Brachytrica will have a tighter habit and flower more profusely in full sun conditions. Prune foliage to 10 cm in the spring to make way for new growth.