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Mexican feathergrass is brimming with grace. The slightest wind will send the delicate flower stalks and thin leaves of this perennial grass into motion. Native to North American drylands, Mexican feathergrass thrives in quick-draining, lean soil and tolerates drought with ease. It reseeds, though not in an invasive way, to naturalize in meadows or on slopes for erosion control. Pair it with flowering perennials or succulents.
Contrast the airy texture of Mexican feathergrass with the substantial stems and leaves of sedum.Aster
Aster blooms in fall around the same time the feathery seed heads of Mexican feathergrass turn a brilliant tawny hue. The two plants make a striking color and texture combination.