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The six categories listed here are those described in 'The Encyclopedia of Ornamental Grasses',

written by John Greenlee © 1992

Illustrated Form

Grass Form Descriptions

ARCHING

Foliage reaches up and out, in approximately equal proportions

MOUNDED

Foliage is mounded, weepy. Top growth covers the lower leaves

TUFTED

Usually spiky or fine-textured foliage with upright leaves arising from a basal clump

UPRIGHT

Erect. Foliage grows vertically in a uniform or even columnar form

UPRIGHT ARCHING

Foliage ascends vertically then becomes fountain-like at the top

UPRIGHT DIVERGENT

Erect. Foliage grows up and out in an erect or stiffly ascending manner

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