Although soft to touch, its needle-like leaves are tough. This type of grass prefers well-drained soil and grows best in full sunlight, although it would tolerate some shade as well.
It is a clumping grass with erect leaves, the top half of which bear a rich, blood-red color. The Japanese blood grass is an excellent choice for borders, as the blades allow sunlight to reach other garden plants through them. It remains dormant under the ground during winters and spreads through underground runners.
This is a good choice for xeriscape gardening or landscaping, where there is abundant sunlight. This grass is not a fussy one at all. Once established, it requires little watering.
It bears evergreen, leathery leaves, which have a cream-colored stripe running down the center. This grass is a good choice for one's rock garden or for edging. It can also be considered for container gardening. It makes a good option for gardening as well.
It is resistant to most insects and pests and requires little or no pruning. It just requires a well-drained soil. Once planted, the Karley rose grass adds to the beauty of the garden from early spring right to the winters.
As far as its moisture requirements and soil type is concerned, the little bunny is one of the most adaptable species. It grows best under partial to full sun and is an ideal consideration for rock gardens.
This type prefers a sunny spot and grows best in well-drained soil. These can be easily grown from seeds and look the best when grown in clusters.
The two popular cultivars of the ribbon grass that are preferred, because they are less invasive, are the Picata and Feesey's Form. These grasses are easier to control when grown in shade, than when exposed to full sunlight.
Most ornamental grass varieties are perennials, although a few are annuals too. They come in a large variety of sizes, colors, and textures. The flowers and seed heads are equally diverse. In short, they give a wide range of choice for us to enhance the beauty of our gardens and landscapes in a modest but emphatic way.