Chloris truncata

Family
Poaceae
Description
Chloris truncata or Windmill Grass, (named for the seed head resembling the blades of a windmill) a warm season native grass that forms dense low growing tufts of foliage. Chloris truncata has a wide distribution throughout Queensland, N.S.W. and Victoria

Low growing spreading habit
Dimensions
H: Foliage; 50mm to 200mm, Flowers to 500mm W: Spreading with short branching stolons
Flowering
Flowers over summer or in response to rain, the flower-seed head resembles windmill blades.
Aspect
Full sun to 50% shade
Soil Type
Grows in many soil types but more common in red and black soils
Available Sizes
Viro-cells and Viro-tubes
Planting Rates
Viro-cells, 10 to 15 per m2; Viro-tubes 7 to 10 per m2