Gardening, California Native Plants, & The Great Outdoors
Eat your heart out, Mexican feather grass!
Aristida purpurea 'Chino Hills' at RSABG with monolith in background.
This is Chino Hills purple three awn. I think it's a bit strange to have a grass selection, don't the prolific seeds dilute the original selection after a few years? What do I know.
San Marco growers notes "Originally collected by Dylan Hannon (RSABG) in Tonner Canyon (Chino Puente Hills-Orange County near LA County line)"
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