TALL + TINGED in RED
One of our favorite perennial grasses! Like all deciduous grasses, you’ll cut yours to the ground in late winter or early spring, then watch it shoot up narrow clumps of blue-green foliage each spring. As Shenandoah grows up to 3-4ft tall and wide, it transforms into red tones in early summer, with tiny, textured flower spikes balancing just above grass tips. Early fall brings shades of violet and wine-red foliage, then bleached out foliage and flowers add winter texture, interest and shelter for wildlife.
Yours will stay strong and upright in full sun.