Holcus mollis 'Albo-variegatus'
Also called Creeping Soft Grass
More About Holcus mollis 'Albo-variegatus'
- AKA Holcus mollis 'Variegatus'
- Forms a low growing mound of soft, semi-evergreen, variegated foliage
- Leaf blades are almost completely white with a thin centre stripe of green
- It makes a great contrast when planted amongst spring bulbs
- Purple-topped flower spikes
- Bloom Time: Summer
- Grass Type: Cool Season
Creeping Velvet Grass Growing and Maintenance Tips
Best grown in a moist, well-drained soil, in full sun to partial shade. It is recommended to prune foliage almost to ground level in midsummer, to allow for new growth in the fall months. Although they are easily removed, holcus can be somewhat invasive.
Holcus mollis 'Albo-variegatus' Characteristics
Moist to Average
Landscape usesFoundation planting