Plant name: Hill wallaby grass
Plant type: native and ornamental grasses
Origin: INLAND NSW, VIC, SA.
Cultural notes: Full sun or part shade, prefers well drained soils.
Maintenance: Cutting back or mowing periodically will encourage new growth.
Tolerates: Frost and drought tolerant.
Flowering season: Late spring to early summer.
Flower colour: The greenish with yellow anthers. The flowerhead is made up of spikelets and is between 20 and 70mm long. Bristle or awn to 15mm long.
Foliage colour: Blue-green, yellow in dry conditions.
Width: up to 0.3m
Height: up to 0.7m
Plant spacing: 30cm apart
Recommended uses: Feature plant, revegetation or underplanting of trees. Native lawn.
Description: Tufted perennial, dense and erect.