|Fluffy, white flowerheads resembling cattails, of this ornamental grass, sits above wispy, grey-green foilage. Remaining quite small through the winter, this grass begins to form large tufts in spring, and then produces flowerheads in summer. Blends well with old roses, black-eyed susans, purple coneflowers and salvias. Often used in dried flower arrangements. Prefers sandy soil and medium to low fertility. Full sun and good drainage a must.