Flowering forest grasses

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How are your Forest Run grasses looking? Mine are divine and covered in flowers.

Hugo sent an email with a photo of his flowering grass.

Hugo Forest Run grass

In case your tag has gone AWOL, this is the name and info about this plant.

Chlorophytum saundersiae (‘Weeping Anthericum)’ is a grass-like plant. Bright-green, strap-shaped leaves and masses of tiny, white, starry flowers on long, weeping stalks. Flowers throughout the year. Grows naturally on coastal forest floors and in grasslands. Planted in sun or shade. Water moderately. Fast growing and self seeding. Mildly sensitive to frost. May look untidy at the end of winter – cut back to ground level and it will soon look great again.

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