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Bunny Tails Grass Seeds

Heirloom

#1116
3.6363636363636 out of 5 stars
(11 reviews)
Availability: Out of Stock
Bunny Tails forms an upright fountain of charming, fluffy flower heads, as soft as an actual bunny tail! Easy to grow and great for the cutting garden. Excellent anywhere you need a touch of whimsy and texture. Very drought tolerant once established. Dried foliage is attractive in winter.
$1.99 300 mg (~480 seeds)

Botanical Name: Lagurus ovatus

Family: Poaceae

Native: Mediterranean region and Ukraine

Hardiness: Annual

Plant Dimensions: 10"–20" tall

Variety Information: Dense, pale, feathery 2" long flower heads that resemble rabbit tails, light green turning to buff in fall. The grass blades are light green, upright, and covered with soft hairs.

Exposure: Full sun to part shade

Bloom Period: Summer to frost

Attributes: Cut Flower, Drought Tolerant, Good for Contianers

When to Sow Outside: 2 to 4 weeks before average last frost.

When to Start Inside: 6 to 8 weeks before average last frost.

Days to Emerge: 10 – 20 days

Seed Depth: ¼"

Seed Spacing: A group of 3 seeds every 6" – 12"

Thinning: When 2" tall, thin to 1 every 6" – 12"

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Bunny Tails Grass Seeds Reviews

11 reviews

Awesome

5 out of 5 stars Jul 20, 2018
Super soft! Easy to grow! Fun to see what does actually look like a little bunny tail!
Kara Marie McLeod from NC

Where are the bunny tails?

3 out of 5 stars Aug 12, 2019
Planted in a raised bed around zinnias they still look like plain old grass. Maybe later in the season.
MARGARET DEYOUNG from OH
Owner Response: Thank you for taking the time to ask a question in your online review. Bunny Tails grass flowers appear 12-16 weeks from emerging, unless there is an abundance of nitrogen in the soil which favors leaf growth over flower. If your zinnias are flowering this probably isn't the issue, the plants just need more time. You can always reach out to us if you have questions. Happy gardening!

So, so soft!

5 out of 5 stars Aug 15, 2019
I'm in love with this ornamental grass! The bunny tails take a while to come up but they're definitely worth the wait as I have so many popping up now! The texture of the leaves are incredibly soft and velvety and the bunny tails are so fluffy with sturdy stems. My kids love them too! I'm definitely planting these again next spring in containers mixed with flowers. Excellent germination rate, easy to grow, and hands down one of my favorites to grow from seed!
Anna A from WA

So Cute!

5 out of 5 stars Apr 9, 2020
I planted these several times in my pollinator garden, and was so sad that they never grew. Well............it is because I kept PULLING them. Oops! They look like the weedy grass that tries to invade my garden beds when they first start growing. I only realized it because I missed one, and it got a cute little bunny tail on it. Palm to face! Now I let them grow and go to seed, and I have lots of cute little bunny tails throughout the bed.
Lindsey Helgoth from CO

No germination

1 out of 5 stars May 2, 2020
I tried sowing this in peat pellets indoors under a grow light, indoors in a seed starting mix under a grow light as well as direct sowing outdoors, and didn't get any of them to germinate.
Lauren from TX
Owner Response: Hi Lauren, Thank you for taking the time to share your experience. We are sorry your 'Bunny Tails' grass germinated poorly. Our seeds are tested by a third-party laboratory frequently to ensure the exceed federal germination standards and our own. A customer service agent will be emailing you shortly to help.

SO soft!

5 out of 5 stars Jun 28, 2020
This grass is seriously the cutest thing in my garden this year. I cannot stop touching the blades, they are velvety soft. Very easy to start from seed indoors, transplanted very well in late spring.
Becca from CO

no tails

2 out of 5 stars Oct 2, 2020
Planted the whole packet in medium sized containers, but never progressed further to grass. I suspect I may have better success planting in the ground? Oh well. Zinnia seeds I bought all germinated for a beautiful show!
Kimberly McNabb from NY
Owner Response: Hi Kimberly, There are a couple of things that could have happened here. It could have been a time issue, the plant needing more time to produce the flowers or if the soil was rich with nitrogen or fertilized with a nitrogen-rich fertilizer, plants will grow big and lush at the expense of flowering. We are always here to help troubleshoot issues, please don't hesitate to contact us.

Bunny Tails Grass Seed

2 out of 5 stars Nov 20, 2020
I really was excited to try this. The grass grew and grew but no bunny tails . I really wanted those cute tails but just got grass. Sad...
Sharon Chapman from WA
Owner Response: Hi Sharon, We are sorry you didn't experience the cute tail-like flowers. We've got some tips for you if you want to try these again. Plants take time to mature and produce flowers and in shade, the time to maturity will be delayed. Be sure to grow these in full sun and also consider starting them indoors to give them more time to mature. Also, nitrogen-rich soil encourages leaf growth over flower formation, so be sure that your potting soil and/or fertilizer are not high in nitrogen but balanced. We hope these tips encourage you to try again. Happy gardening!

Sadly, having only 3 grass

2 out of 5 stars Jun 14, 2021
Sow whole seed pouch then got 3 little grass unfortunately, my little girl still expects to get real bunny.
Ozlem from OR
Owner Response: Ozlem, Thank you for your review. We regret to hear these seeds did not perform well for you. A customer service agent will contact you shortly with assistance.

Bunny tails are finally sprouting!

5 out of 5 stars Jul 3, 2021
After seedlings grew into tufts of grass, bunny tails shot up about a month later.
May from NY

Cute as can be

5 out of 5 stars Sep 29, 2021
These are adorable! Started some of the packet indoors in March, had such great germination I saved the rest of the packet for next year. Dang these are cute!
Kelly from WA

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