Author 'Nicoledesplat' (Id 181785 ) : I thought of Judith when I photographed this beautiful grass which is named 'Grass' (Panicum virgatum) of a meter to one meter fifty high.
The panic (or millet) was first cultivated for its seeds.
Its ornamental forms are interesting for their foliage turns red in autumn and spikes lightweight. It grows in tall tufts of leaves of a fog transparent small ears very light suspended on fine branched stems... I love
He likes to be accompanied by perennials such as asters, phlox, or the rudbéckias, moreover, it is with these flowers, that I photographed.