Purple lovegrass (Eragrostis spectabilis) is a clump-forming, warm-season grass that produces clouds of tiny, purplish pink blooms in mid- or late summer into early fall; to around 18 inches tall. It’s tremendously photogenic in a meadow or naturalistic planting, but it self-sows freely, so think carefully about adding it to a typical garden border unless you don’t mind weeding out the seedlings. (I’m speaking from personal experience!) U.S. native; seed collected from wild plants in growing in my meadow. Full sun. Perennial; Zones 4 to 9.
Collected in fall 2019. Provenance is Bucks County, Pennsylvania. At least 20 seeds. Be aware that these fully-cleaned seeds are extremely small and won’t look like other grass seeds you may be familiar with.