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  1. Setaria sphacelata sericea

    Setaria sphacelata var. sericea is a hardy, evergreen, beautiful, neatly-tufted grass.

    It bears dense, golden inflorescences of hairy flowers from October to May that look like miniature bulrushes.

    It attracts birds to the garden and is the host plant of various butterfly species.

    Although this is a tall grass, it is neat and narrow and does not go wild.

    It makes a lovely form plant and can be planted in a grassland garden, as a backdrop to a colourful bed or mass-plant for a beautiful effect.

    As with most grasses, it should be cut back once a year and the thatch removed.

    It grows in sun or semi-shade, and needs regular watering.

    Size: 70cm to 1.2m