Hare's-tail

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Hare's´-tail`

    (~tāl`)
n.1.(Bot.) A kind of grass (Eriophorum vaginatum). See Cotton grass, under Cotton.
Hare's-tail grass
(Bot.) a species of grass (Lagurus ovatus) whose head resembles a hare's tail.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Different effects can be achieved with more subtle textures such as the feathery foliage of Love-in-a-Mist (Nigella), fluffy annual grasses such as Hare's Tail Grass (Lagurus ovatus) and delicate quaking grass (Briza minor).
Or go for ornamental grasses such as Briza maxima and Lagurus ovatus, with their fluffy bobtails.
rigida, Avena sterilis, Clinopodium nepeta, Crepis neglecta, Dasypyrum villosum, Foeniculum vulgare, Hordeum bulbosum, Knautia integrifolia, Lagurus ovatus, Tyrimnus leucographus, Vicia villosa, Vulpia ligustica.
Lagurus ovatus (hare's tail grass) Don't forget grasses in your annual border - this one has lovely, fluffy white flowerheads.