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1 Gallon Pot. Native. Deschampsia cespitosa, commonly called tufted hair grass, is a clump-forming, cool season grass which is often grown as an ornamental. It typically forms a low, dense tussock (to 16″ tall) of very thin (1/5″ wide), arching, flat to inrolled, dark green grass blades (to 2′ long). Numerous flower stems rise in summer from the foliage mound to a height of 3′ bearing wide, airy panicles (to 20″ long) of tiny, variably-colored flowers (tones of gold, silver, purple and green) which form a cloud over the foliage that is particularly attractive when backlit.