This warm-season dwarf, semi-evergreen perennial forms a compact clump of upright to outwardly arching green and yellow variegated leaves; masses of fluffy, creamy white flowers start appearing in August and continue until frost. Dried flowers remain as great winter interest, low maintenance; excellent cut flower and drought tolerant once established.
Creamy white flowers start appearing in August and continue until frost
Outstanding as a specimen, in borders, containers, patio, seaside and water-wise gardens
Cortaderia selloana 'Golden Goblin'
(Golden Goblin Pampas Grass)
31" (80 cm)
40" (102 cm)
47" (120 cm)
August - October
Moderate-Low. Drought tolerant once established
Prefers an average soil type