Narrow-leafed Snow Tussock
A rarely cultivated New Zealand denizen, this long-lived evergreen grass promises a graceful appearance. The lanky slender blades forge compact tawny-green tufts beneath persistent silver-laced panicles that roost upon pliant, tall arching stems. Well-suited for massing or as a stand-alone specimen, Chionochloa rigida’s shimmering inflorescences can linger with other carefree companions such as Euphorbia ‘Bruce’s Dwarf’ or Phlomis tuberosa.
Size: 3' 0" high x 0" – 8" wide.
Hardy to zone 5.