Hey all, I just came across this article of a new Cordyline grass. Has anyone heard of this before? It looks very interesting: A Grass To Celebrate Australia-based Anthony Tesselaar Plants is introducing a one-of-a-kind type of cordyline grass into the U.S. market with limited access in spring 2007. A full-scale national release will occur in spring 2008, according to the company. The plant, called Festival Grass, is a cordyline that spreads from the base, rather than a trunk, creating the look of a sturdy, low-growing grass no more than 3 Â½ feet high. It is the only branching grass on the market, according to the company. The cascading habit has been a hit in New Zealand and Australia, where it was introduced under the name Red Fountain. The new cordyline is hardy to USDA Zones 8-10 and can be planted in full sun to part shade. Festival Grass will be sold in trademarked gold Tesselaar pots with a colorful label. It will be available from only two U.S. licensed Tesselaar growers in 2007: Flowerwood Nursery, Inc., Loxely, Ala. and Monrovia Nursery Company, Azusa, Calif.