Pennisatum Purple Fountain Grass
Pennisatum Purple fountain grass is quite versatile among the loveliest of the ornamental grasses. With many uses in the landscape thus can be a stand-alone as specimen plants. Its deep purple leaves and long colorful flower spikes can be a spectacular display.
How To Care
Light: These plants need a sunny location with well-draining soil.
Water: Water once or twice a week until plants are established.
Fertilizer: The grass needs additional nutrients while flowering, use a general-purpose slow-release fertilizer
Temperature: Purple fountain grass is hardy down to temperatures of 20 degrees F.
Potting: spring is the most suitable time for planting. can be propagated through seed or division.
Pruning: cut it back after flowering in late winter or early spring to encourage lots of fresh, attractive growth.