When the inflorescences are open, it almost give a “misty”, pink appearance.
Imperata cylindrica spreads very quickly in damp soil and is a good soil stabiliser. It is not recommended for garden use unless it can be contained.
Loudetia simplex is a lovely grass that can tolerate a wide variety of habitats and soil types. The reddish-brown inflorescence makes a beautiful display and it can be used as an accent plant.
Sporobolus pectinatus is a tufted grass that is normally found in open grassland on shallow soil. It is particularly abundant on dolomitic soils.
Diheteropogon amplectens has blue-coloured stems that make this grass very conspicuous and an asset to any garden. Size is very variable. It can tolerate almost any kind of soil.
The spikelets of this tufted, perennial grass are typically dark grey and quite conspicuous.
A hardy, densely tufted, perennial grass with slender leaves. The beautiful, shiny seed heads make this an attractive garden plant.
Themeda triandra is a beautiful, tufted grass with foliage in many shades of green that turn reddish when older. The purple-red flowers are most attractive from September to June. Plant in sun or semi-shade.
Schizachyrium sanguineum is a hardy, robust, tufted perennial grass. The attractive feature of this grass is the beautiful red colour the whole plant turns into in autumn.
Melinis nerviglumis is a hardy, tufted, perennial grass with grey leaves. The beautiful plumes of shiny fluffy pink to red seeds attract small seed eating birds. Planted en masse, with the sun shining on the fluffy spikes, make a wonderful sight.