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Stipa tenuissima   

Delicate 18”, narrow foliage forms wispy clumps with 24” tan plumes in midsummer. Great in texture gardens! 

    Common Name:Mexican Feather Grass
    Hardiness Zones:7-10
    Deer Resistant:Yes
Growing Tips: Plant in well drained soil.

About Stipa: Long, graceful stems reach skyward as showy flower panicles dangle downward while swaying in the slightest breeze. Use as a focal point or amongst other plants where it excels at catching the light showing off itself and other plants. Not invasive and well behaved, all species of this grass are stunning in the garden. It’s great for fresh and dried arrangements.