Inland Sea Oats (Chasmanthium latifolium): Ornamental Grass for Shade
Description: Inland Sea Oats is a low-maintenance grass that thrives in the shade. It is a clump forming, perennial grass that grows between 2-4 feet tall. It has large,
drooping seed heads with a chevron pattern. Its slender arching branches have blue-green leaves that resemble bamboo. Inland Sea Oats provides year-round interest. Green during the spring and summer, the seed heads turn to light golden brown in the fall and early winter. The leaves turn bronze during the winter and may be
bright yellow gold in sunnier sites. Inland Sea Oats is not the same plant as Sea Oats (Uniola paniculate) which grows in sand dunes along subtropical coastal areas.
To learn more view: Inland Sea Oats plant information sheet