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Tree & Shrub Club: Ornamental Grasses: Pennisetum

Here are some other interesting cultivars  of the lovely Pennisetum alopecuroides (Fountain Grass) to consider:

Pennisetum alopecuroides: Fountain Grass

Pennisetum
Pennisetum in the setting sun
Pennisetum Little Bunny
Pennisetum orientale

Cultivar

Description

Size

Price

Order

species

Fountain Grass. Clumps of cascading green leaves, flowers are buff to rose-colored feathery spikes, followed by fuzzy bottlebrush seed-heads, foliage bright almond in winter

1 gallon

8.70

 

2 gallon

12.33

 

3 gallon

21.39

 

‘Hameln’

Hamelyn Dwarf Fountain Grass. Forms slightly smaller clumps than the species, spikes are silvery-white, foliage turns bright almond, flowers best in hot & sunny location.

1 gallon

8.70

 

2 gallon

12.33

 

3 gallon

21.39

 

‘Little Bunny’

Little Bunny Fountain Grass. Quite dwarf in habit, creamy plumes are small but there are lots of them, dead-head in late fall to prevent seedlings.

1 gallon

8.70

 

‘Moudry’

Black Flowered Fountain Grass. Soft bottlebrush spikes of deep black-purple, wide-leaved selection, dead-heading in late fall recommended.

1 gallon

8.70

 

‘Piglet’

Piglet Fountain Grass. The perfect size fountain grass, measures in at about half the size of 'Hameln' and about 15cm taller than 'Little Bunny'.

1 gallon

8.70

 

‘Red Head’

Red Head Fountain Grass.

1 gallon

8.70

 

2 gallon

12.33

 

3 gallon

21.39

 

‘Karley Rose’

Karley Rose Fountain Grass. Dark green foliage with large soft pink bottle brush shaped flowers, can be used as a specimen or mass planting

1 gallon

8.70