Lagurus ovatus (Hare's-Tail Grass)
Here's a grass I just couldn't resist because of the soft, creamy white flower heads reminiscent of a hare's tail. Note: This is an annual grass in all but frost-free zones. Hare's Tail Grass, or Bunny Tail Grass, grows from 12 to 24 inches tall in full sun and well-drained soil in Zones 4-10. The endearing flower heads remain attractive until the first snow, but cut flower heads are beautiful in dried flower arrangements and remain so longer than most other cut grasses do. It is a late summer/early fall bloomer and just the complement for other late summer flowers. I have a feeling that once I get my own growing, it will become a garden tradition. It might be called "Hare's Tail" for the blooms, but the foliage is soft as bunny ears. Zones 4-10.