Lemon Grass with self-seeded Marigolds and deliberately planted Pentas.
Cymbopogon is used in Thai cooking. The Hispanic woman
who gave me a start of it said they used it for tea. My dog and cat like to chew the leaves of Lemon Grass.
Lemon Grass with pink Pentas and an Angel Trumpet.
It's hard to wow visitors with Muhlenbergia capillaris mid summer. It's thin and reedy. Just wait until late August when it flowers.
When blooms appear I will pull the Tithonia in this bed that tends to fall over into this row of Gulf Muhly and let it stand alone, backlit by the sun in all its glory.
The Upper Garden has Vetiver Grass used as a sort of hedge.
As Vetiver matures and dries, the tips of the leaves fold over and curl, taking on the look of a unicorn horn.
Except for Feather grass in spring, there are no other intentional grasses in my gardens.
Joining the rush to Foliage Follow-Up. What pun?