Dwarf Fountain Grass
Great in Tight Spots!
With its dense tufts and narrow, bright green leaves, Dwarf Fountain Grass fits in just about anywhere there is some sun.
Fountain grass is drought tolerant, but it also doesn't mind a little excess moisture. It will thrive just as easily in a container as it will along the edge of a pond. Plant some as an edging along paths or in groups on a steep bank to control soil erosion. It will also make a great addition to a rock garden, either alone or in groups.
Dwarf Fountain Grass is perennial in Zones 6-9. Elsewhere, use it as an annual to fill in bare spots in a sunny flower bed, a mixed border, or as a companion to a taller specimen plant in a container.
White, feathery flowers bloom early and stay late, turning a softer color in fall. Try this little beauty in clusters at the beginning, middle and end of a long border to create a dramatic display from spring right through to late autumn.
This plant is reliable, easy to grow and very trouble free. It is not known to have disease or pest problems.