Silvery flower heads that sway just above lustrous fawn-green blades and an amazing drought tolerance hallmark this graceful New Zealand native. Found in open grasslands from coastal to subalpine regions, Silver Tussock produces a dense fine textured mound and upright arching stalks studded with slender, loosely arranged inflorescences. Easy-to-grow Poa cita looks best in drifts and knows how to persevere, doggedly enduring dry sunny niches, exposed windy sites, and an array of soil types.
Blooms July – September.
Size: 2-1/2' high x 2' 0" wide.