Lindheimer's beargrass (Nolina lindheimeriana)
Lindheimer’s beargrass, also known as Devil’s shoestring, is a mounding grass-like Texas native member of the agave family. This plant is Texas tough and can handle drought, heat, and deer. It produces a light creamy white flower stalk from the center and is evergreen. Lindheimer's beargrass works well as an accent, anchor plant or to create a focal point.
AT A GLANCE
|Sun exposure||Full sun, part sun|
|Bloom color||Creamy white|
|Mature height||2-3 ft|
|Mature spread||3 ft|