Stenotaphrum secundatum ‘Variegatum’

Saint-Augustin grass with variegated leaves

This ground-cover or hanging plant tolerates almost all types of soil and exposure. It requires plenty of moisture. St. Augustine grass with variegated leaves has cream-colored leaves, striped with green lines and shaded slightly pink. It is best grown as a hanging plant in large containers, in isolation or in arrangements. It can also be used to enhance structures such as low walls or staircases. The leaf resembles an avian paw. The creeping, aggressive purple-red stems of this plant easily reach 150 to 200 cm in length. Gentle aggressiveness.