Similar to the ever-popular Zebra Grass, but having a taller and more upright and stately columnar form with blades that arch at the top but don't flop, Porcupine Grass reaches 5 to 6 feet tall with flowers rising up to 9 feet tall. Its leaves display the same characteristic bold yellow horizontal stripes of other zebra grass varieties. In mid to late summer, rising well above the foliage on erect and sturdy stems are attractive tassel-like wands of reddish-bronze flowers that open to fluffy silver-buff plumes which persist through fall and well into winter. The plumes are great for cutting and use in dried flower arrangements. At around 3 feet wide, Porcupine Grass is a fine vertical accent that fits well into both small and large spaces as well as containers. Get all the details below!