Grasses fill critical needs in gardens. Scribner’s Panic Grass is short, grows early in the spring when other plants are dormant, and self-seeds–making it a useful grass for filling in gaps in the garden and providing early season green when most other things are brown.
Sun: Full Sun, Part Shade
Moisture: Medium, Dry
Height: 1 foot
Blooms: May, June, July, Aug, Sept, Oct
Color: Green, Purple
Benefits: Ornamental grass
This is a perfect grass for planting throughout a native garden. It is short-lived but spreads by seed, making it a valuable grass for filling in gaps.