Great quaking grass (Briza maxima) is a charming, clump-forming annual grass. It produces 18- to 24-inch-tall stems topped with dangling, locket-like flowerheads that turn from silvery green to creamy white to golden tan as they mature in early to midsummer. Enjoy the seedheads in fresh or dried bouquets, or leave them in the garden (in which case, the plants are likely to self-sow). Full sun. Annual.
Collected in mid-July 2020. At least 15 seeds.