Plant name: Pigmy poa
Plant type: native and ornamental grasses
Origin: NSW, VICTORIA, QLD, SA & TASMANIA
Cultural notes: Fast-growing and very hardy and long lived. Will grow in full sun or part shade in most soil conditions.
Maintenance: May be pruned to remove spent seed heads (usually late winter) and to encourage new growth tolerates drought and frost hardy.
Flowering season: Spring through to summer.
Flower colour: Greenlight mauve seed heads maturing on burgundy stems.
Foliage colour: Bright green fine leaved
Height: Up to 0.3m
Plant spacing: 30cm apart for mass planting.
Recommended uses: Ornamental grass ideal for landscaping or revegetation, best effect when mass planted and also suitable as edging or border plant for beds or paths.
Description: Small tussock grass with attractive seed heads.