Eragrostis curvula is a hardy, densely tufted, densely leafy, robust but graceful grass with a graceful, weeping habit.
The tall panicles of dainty seeds are borne from August to June.
An attractive garden subject that will encourage seed-eating birds to visit the garden. An attractive addition to a grassland garden, that is extensively cultivated for hay.
Plant in well-drained soil. As with all grasses it should be cut back once a year and raked to remove the thatch.
Size 40cm to 1m