Join Date: Jul 2005
Location: San Antonio, TX
Diplidis Diandra (blood stargrass)
Does anyone have any advice on how to properly prune this plant so that it stays healthy and green? It seems that the bulk of the green growth is on the ends of the stems and as it grows out it becomes brown. So trimming it would pretty much get rid of the green growth only to leave the brown stems underneath until new growth grows in? Just curious on anyone else's take with this plant.
Also, should I have planted each individual strand separately or does it do ok planted in a bunch?