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Moor grass Overview
This genus of 2 species of deciduous perennial grasses in the Poaceae family originates from parts of Eurasia and North Africa where members are found growing in damp moorland habitats. They have a tufted habit with characteristic flat, linear grass-like leaves and erect stems carrying panicles of tiny flowers in Summer. They are cultivated for their attractive Autumn leaves, often coloured flowers and arching habit, preferring an acidic soil.
How to propagate Moor grass
You can propagate from seeds.
Division of cultivars and coloured-leafed forms in spring.