The Hare's Tail Grass, otherwise known as Bunny Tails, is a lovely grass that grows 20 to 40 centimetres in height and features oval spikes which resembe soft fluffy brushes. The Hare's Tail Grass, often used as a bouquet plant, is a wonderful addition to any flower arrangement – both dried and fresh - and has a very high decorative potential, particularly when cultivated in gardens.
Growing: sow the seeds under cover in April or directly into the soil from April to May. Grow the plants in 10x20cm spacings, preferably in dry permeable soils. This variety grows best in sunny positions and also likes semi-shaded ones.
Each packet contains 0.3g of seeds.
Each packet includes a growing guide and a sow-by date.
Approximately 3200 seeds (+/- 20%)