Fakahatchee grass is most often found growing along river banks, hammocks, swamps, and other wet sites throughout most of Florida.
The grassy structure of these plants can add a bit of diversity to your landscape. It is an extremely popular Florida native ornamental grass. An interesting plant with an unusual appearance.
Plant spacing for your new plantings is important to allow enough room for growth. This grass can become quite large, although it is not particularly aggressive. Periodically, cutting back to the ground or division is necessary.
|Hardiness Zone||8 - 11|
Fakahatchee grass has tall, green, grass-like foliage rising upright to form clumps that are between 4 and 6 feet tall and wide. The small flowers appear in late spring on sturdy spikes that rise above the leaves.