Thin stems of nodding tiny lockets which change from purplish green to buff, above short grassy leaes. Shivers in the breeze, hence its common name of Quaking Grass. Likes sun and drainage and poorish soil. Will self sow gently, not aggressive like its bigger cousin 26"
|Longevity:||Short lived perennial|
|Growing Condition:||Dry sun|
|Good For:||Dried flower|
|Good For:||Long Blooming|
|Good For:||Seedheads & fruit|
|Germination:||Sow in autumn, overwinter outdoors, germinates in spring. Or mix seed with damp vermiculite, keep warm 3 weeks, put in fridge 6 weeks, then sprinkle mix on compost and put in cool light place|
|Nursery Plant||Must be purchased direct from the nursery.|