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Austrostipa ramosissima

native princess spear grass

tall branching tussock grass with long elegant seed heads
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originnsw, qld
cultural notesfull sun or part shade, most soil conditions, fast growing, long lived, very hardy
maintenancemay be pruned annually to encourage new growth
tolerateswet or boggy areas, drought conditions
flowering seasonspring to summer
flower colourlarge creamy feather like heads on flower spikes up to 50cm width
foliage colourbottle green, with occasional white horizontal stripes
heightup to 1.5m
plant spacing200cm apart for specimen and 100cm apart for hedging
recommended usesAttractive background plant, Ideal for rockeries.

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