Do you like the look of ornamental grasses? One of my favorite plants has the appearance of ornamental grass but isn’t.
Bear grass (Nolina microcarpa) has lovely, evergreen foliage that mimics the look of grasses. But, my favorite part is the curlicue ends of the leaves.
Aren’t they neat?
Like the other drought-tolerant and beautiful plants that I profile, bear grass thrives in hot, dry locations with little attention. Another bonus is that they easily handle 100+ temperatures in summer and can also survive winter temps down to -10 degrees F.
Want to learn more? Check out my latest plant profile on Houzz.
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