This Fountain Grass boasts elegant plumes with a pink/reddish hue, getting its name “Rubrum” from the word meaning red. It will put on a lovely, decorative show in the garden and is a wonderful accent grass.
Dwarf variety of Purple Fountain Grass (Pennisetum setaceum ‘Rubrum’). Here planted with annuals, but in zones (where this grass is perennial), would be very nice w/ orange Lantana. (plant info on other pins)
"So mandatory for house landscaping~ LOW TO NO maintenance PART SHADE- (Pennisetum setaceum) Purple fountain grass perennial hardiness zones 8 through 11, cannot tolerate cold temperatures and performs as an annual in cooler zones. The plant resists drought and grows quickly, making it ideal for placement in rock gardens and annual beds. Full sun and need well-drained, fertile soil. Cut purple fountain grass back during late winter or early spring"
An extremely showy variation of the ever-popular Purple Fountain Grass. This forms a midsized mound of arching deep burgundy-purple leaves, each striped hot pink along the edges to add that extra flash of colour.