Common Wallaby-grass

Scientific NameRytidosperma caespitosum
Size and formA low, dense and variable tussock grass 20-40cm high and 40cm wide.
Flowers, leaves and fruitA fluffy, panicle flower inflorescence occurs from September to December. Bracts surrounding florets are covered with hairs and bristles. Leaves are blue-green, hairy and leaves.
Growing conditionsSuitable for moist, well-drained soils in a full-sun or part-shade position.