A tight form with thin, wiry, silver-green leaves on an upright arching habit. The emerging plumes are a deep copper-red, aging to cream.
Warm Season Grasses: 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 tolerate heat, humidity and drought; some even thrive in these conditions.
Plants should be divided, in the spring, every few years, to maintain freshness. Foliage can be left standing all winter, however, it should be pruned early to mid-spring to make way for new growth.
Note: This grass may not flower in our region as it needs long, hot summers to produce abundant blooms.