A selection of the Oriental Fountain Grass, this has improved hardiness and richer colour. It forms an upright clump of arching dark-green leaves, with bottlebrush spikes of soft-pink flowers from midsummer into the autumn. Effective as a specimen or when mass planted, also excellent in containers. Flowers are excellent for cutting, fresh or dried. Plants usually remain attractive well into the winter, the leaves turning bright golden-yellow in the fall. Clumps may be easily divided in spring. Old foliage should be cut to the ground in March. Drought tolerant once established. Discovered by David Skwiot at Sunny Border Nursery in Connecticut, and named after his daughter. USPP#12909: unlicensed propagation prohibited.