We love this evergreen perennial (in mild climates) for its outstanding and unusual display of pale pink to magenta to white flowers that hang along wiry stems like little 'fish' from a pole. The display will be particularly striking if situated against dark green shrubs, or near a pond or pool. The plant will grow to 4-5 ft tall when it has its wands, and flowers from early to late summer. Because it looks like a grass, one can combine them with ornamental grasses, blending into the landscape. Then when the flowering starts, it becomes the most decorative of the grass-like plants. This one is a bit challenging to grow, with the hardiness good to zone 8 & 9. Once it becomes established, it is 'good to go'! The color of the flowers may vary.