Adagio is an outstanding maiden grass with low maintenance and exceptional tolerance for a variety of conditions. Growing Adagio maiden grass provides winter interest as well as drought resistance and erosion control. Click this article to learn more.
Gracillimus maiden grass is a tall ornamental grass with narrow, arching leaves that bow gracefully in the breeze. It dazzles as a focal point, in large groupings, as a hedge, or in the back of a flower bed. Interested in growing this grass? Click here for tips and information.
With so many varieties of ornamental grasses on the market, it can be difficult to determine which one is best for your site and needs. In this article, we will discuss Morning Light ornamental grass. Click here to learn how to grow this maiden grass.
Dividing maidenhair grass keeps it to a maintainable size, increases the number of these plants and prevents center die-back. Learn when to divide maiden grass and some tips on how to split apart the larger specimens in this article.
Ornamental grasses have become very popular due to their ease of care, movement and graceful drama. Porcupine maiden grass provides a prime example of these traits. What is porcupine grass? Click here to learn more.
Zebra grass plants provide four seasons of interest with young spring variegated striped foliage, summer copper colored inflorescence, fall golden leaves and winter texture and form. Click here for more.
Maiden grass is a family of ornamental plants with a clumping habit and graceful arching stems. Their care is easy and they're hardy in USDA zones 5 to 9. Get tips for growing maiden grass in this article.