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A. lessoniana is an elegant clump-forming grass with narrow arching leaves, becoming tinged with red or orange in summer and autumn, and airy arching sprays of red-brown flowers in late summer
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Stipa gigantea and Anemanthele lessoniana with crocosmia
Some grasses such as Carex pendula or Anemanthele lessoniana (syn. Stipa arundinacea ) seed themselves prolifically to the point of being invasive
Other garden plants that can become prolific self-seeders include Anemanthele lessoniana , camassia , chives , fennel (Foeniculum vulgare), Nectaroscordum siculum , sisyrinchium and Verbena bonariensis...
Anemanthele lessoniana AGM (pheasant tail grass) (e) cascading dark green leaves, streaked orange-brown in summer and winter
Anemanthele lessoniana AGM : (pheasant tail grass) (e) cascading mounds of colourful leaves in shades of green, orange and red, pendent panicles of purplish-green spikelets, late summer
Anemanthele lessoniana (pheasant grass
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