(Nasella tenuissima)
A soft, fine-textured bunchgrass native to dry woodlands and rocky areas of west Texas and Mexico. Tender bright green new growth is followed by feathery panicles that everyone will want to touch as they walk by. Let it dry in tussocky mounds over the winter and then cut back in early, early spring. We like to plant daffodils underneath to provide a spring display while the grass regrows. By the time the bulb foliage is tired, the grass will have grown up to hide it.

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