In the past, finding long-flowering Pennisetum that wouldn’t reseed has been a challenge, but no more. We’ve looked high and wide for infertile fountain grass varieties and working with the University of Georgia’s acclaimed ornamental grass program, we finally found them. We’ve selected five P. alopecuroides that complement any palette with their vigorous growth and long-lasting blooms. ‘Cayenne’ features big, dark-red bottlebrush plumes that rise above mounds of rich green arching blades. It won’t self-sow and offers a long bloom time. ‘Cayenne’ prefers full sun to partial shade and is hardy in Zones 5 to 9. ‘Hush Puppy’ has long-lasting pink plumes that spray high over rounded mounds of slender foliage. It is a long-flowering infertile selection that won’t reseed. ‘Hush Puppy’ prefers sun to part shade, reaches 30 inches tall and is hardy in Zones 5 to 9. ‘Etouffee’ features light pinkish brown foxtail plumes rising over graceful arching mounds. It is an infertile variety that flowers spring to fall and will not reseed. It forms a lovely mound that’s excellent in containers and landscapes alike. ‘Etouffee’ loves sun to part shade, grows to 42 inches and is hardy in Zones 5 to ...