Names and Types in Cortaderia Stapf (Gramineae) II Selected species
Some species, notably C. selloana, C. jubata and C. rudiuscula, have become invasive species in a number of areas, including New Zealand, coastal California, Hawaii, and some other areas. In these areas, and any area with a Mediterranean-style climate*, planting of any non-native species of Cortaderia should be avoided. *dry summer, mild winter; as in the Mediterranean, parts of Australia, South Africa, Chile and the Western US
Gardening: Splendour of the Grass: PART TWO in the Second Extract from His Book 'Garden Magic', Nigel Colborn Shows How to Compose a Garden around the Delicate Outlines and Swaying Fluidity of Ornamental Grass
Oct 04, 1998; Grasses have a language of their own. Each leaf etches an individual line. Their flower stems erupt and cascade in shape-...