Growing Flowers and Food in the Willamette Neighborhood of West Linn, Oregon, USA
Could it be Anemanthele lessoniana?
Nope! Now I think that it's Carex testacea a.k.a. Orange sedge
I think the Carex guess is correct...Anementhele doesn't cascade like that.
I'm pretty sure outlaw is correct, I was going to say the same. I have plenty of it too, I love it!
Alison, it's so pretty in pots. I'm so pleased to have some in pots right now to move around and position for some winter color.
Sorry grass isn't my strong point. The nearest I could guess is hairy copper head :)
No worries Sue, I figured some of my grass loving blogging friends would set me straight! :)
Whatever the name, it looks lovely :-)
Hi Jenni, Watch the grass this summer. Keep it in a spot where it gets at least a half day of sun so it will bloom. When it does, post another photo so we can get a good look at the blooms. Then we'll be able to give a more definitive ID. If it is a Carex, it will have small, short, brownish-looking spikes. If it's Anemanthele lessoniana, it will have more grassy-like plumes. I'm tending toward a Carex too but time will tell. How nice of your neighbors. Love those bright red Nandinas too.
Thank you Grace! I will keep and eye out and make sure I move the pots to keep them in sun for spring/summer!
Thank you for taking the time to comment on my post. I appreciate your thoughts.