Gracillimus Maiden Grass

Gracillimus Maiden Grass is a wonderful ornamental to have for your collection. They flower purple in late summer, which transitions to silver as the seasons change. They do best in fertile well drained soil, so try to avoid excess moisture when you can. When fully grown they are about 6′ tall and 4′ wide, meaning you can use them for borders, hedges, or as a centerpiece to build around. You won’t have to worry about pests or disease with this plant, and the rabbits and deer won’t bother it either.

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