Stipa Arundinacea justly gained tremendous popularity in garden design as exotic-looking ornamental individual specimen plant in its own right. We can made a long list why this grass should be in your garden
Swishing sound that can be made in the wind.
Feathery-look shimmer in the sunlight
Arching sprays of purple feathery plumes. Golden brown fine leaves in compact clumps. An absolute beauty set on its own in gravel.
Sowing advice: K. GRASSES: COVER SEED THINLY WITH COMPOST OR GRIT IN GENTLE HEAT OR A WARM LIGHT SPOT OUTSIDE. GROW ON SINGLY OR IN CLUMPS IN 3" POTS. PLANT OUT IN A WELL-DRAINED OPEN POSITION.