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  1. BAMBUSA ARUNDINACEA

    One of the tallest grasses in the world, this true giant has numerous branches at the nodes with one or two being exceptionally large with many stems tufted onto a stout root stock. Although it thrives in tropical to subtropical climates and is best grown in warm humid temperate areas, it can be easily grown as a pot plant or for impressive summer bedding. Its young shoots are consumed as food in some parts of China and India and new shoots start growing slowly, but soon grow approximately 30 cm per day, indeed 75 cm in one day has been recorded in Sri Lanka. Its hard wood is also used by Chinese craftsmen in household carpentry, furniture, boxes and ornamental vases, ... Learn More

    $3.86

  2. BRIZA MEDIA LIMOUZI

    This new and quite distinctive taller form of the normal "perennial quaking grass" (Briza media) has stems which are almost double the usual length, whilst the most attractive clump retains the usual compact width. ... Learn More

    $3.47

  3. BRIZA SUBARISTATA

    "Chilean Quaking Grass". We collected this new grass from the foothills of Volcano Antuco on our Chilean Seed Collecting Expedition in 1994 (RB94154). Nodding panicles of seedheads appear, some plants even producing darker plum coloured forms. ... Learn More

    $2.69

  4. CALAMAGROSTIS (STIPA) BRACHYTRICHA

    Flower heads open tinted red and pink before fading to silver-grey, when they last well into winter and are ideal for drying and cutting. Makes a tight, non-weeping, well-controlled clump. Perfect for a shady spot or bank. ... Learn More

    $3.08

  5. CAREX BOOTTIANA

    The New Zealand mountains are the home of this attractive specimen plant which flaunts strong, pleated, grey-green leaves above which arise bull-rush-like (reed-mace to be precise) brown seed heads. ... Learn More

    $3.14

  6. CAREX BUCHANANII

    Dense, erect tussocks of copper-bronze make this one of the most sought after and grown architectural plants. When grown as a solitary specimen it makes a stunning effect with contrasting flowers or silver foliage plants. ... Learn More

    $3.14

  7. CAREX CHATHAMICA

    A gorgeous new grass from the beaches of the Chatham Islands of New Zealand. Strong stems hold broad, metallic blue-green blades with silvery undersides and large terminal brown seed heads. Makes a stunning specimen plant in gravel or an open spot. ... Learn More

    $3.60

  8. CAREX 'COMAN'S BRONZE'

    A delightful tufted plant producing an evergreen clump of whippy, bronzed, reddish leaves, which make an impressive statement in an exposed spot. This is one of the desirable, often expensive grasses - but is easily grown from seed. ... Learn More

    $3.28

  9. CAREX DIPSACEA

    This hardy specimen produces long knobbly bronze seedheads on a tight growing clump of stiff, dark green whippy stems. It is ideal as an isolated specimen either in gravel or hanging over the edge of a pond. ... Learn More

    $3.14

  10. CAREX FLAGELLIFERA

    Solid tussocks of almost metallic bronze, sprout long thin whip-like stems carrying terminal clusters of seeds. An impressive specimen given enough space, whether in the ground or in a container. ... Learn More

    $2.88

  11. CAREX 'FROSTED CURLS'

    From New Zealand comes another lovely form of Carex comans, which forms a compact and most attractive yellow "haystack", perhaps "weeping willow" would be more accurate, from which protrude long, whip-like stems studded with terminal brown seed heads. ... Learn More

    $3.34

  12. CAREX GRAYI

    A very ornamental grass carrying large, spiked, star-like seed heads, which bear a distinct resemblance to the old spiked maces. Superb for cutting or flower arrangements. ... Learn More

    $2.69

  13. CAREX MORROWII 'PINKIE'

    A delectable new grass from Japan. Superb spring foliage emerges in shades of pink and bronze, darkening later. Unlike any pictures we have been able to research, but this new grass is absolutely superb whatever its true identity. ... Learn More

    $3.47

  14. CAREX MUSKINGUMENSIS

    A solid clump forming specimen carrying heads of multi-tufted russet brown seedheads. A good solid perennial from the woodlands of north-central North America. ... Learn More

    $2.42

  15. CAREX PENDULA

    The largest of the common sedges, making an enormous pampas grass-sized clump of broad almost lily-like leaves, beneath stout arching stems, which hold long drooping spikes of russet coloured flowers. ... Learn More

    $2.55

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