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Eragrostis trichoides   

4’ erect clusters of dark green, slightly arching foliage. Long airy panicles appear in June and last through late summer. This form thrives in light sandy soil in full sun. The flowers are good for cutting. 

    Common Name:Sand Love Grass
    Hardiness Zones:5-9
    Deer Resistant:Yes

About Eragrostis: With a grass that has ‘Love’ as part of its common name, how could you go wrong? Eragrostis is very useful naturalized, planted as a group in the border or singly as an accent specimen. Some forms have arching foliage, others have weeping foliage but all have in common showy, colorful foliage especially into fall. The flower panicles lend a touch of airiness wherever planted.