Cymbopogon sp. - Lemon Grass Plants
Lemon grass is a typical form of grass which flourishes in warm climates. As the name implies the blades, or leaves, are heavily scented with a lemon scent. The fresh or dried foliage is commonly used in cooking and herbal teas for its flavor. Plants grow fairly fast and tend not to be too invasive compared to other grasses. Lemon grass tends to grow in clumps and spread slowly and evenly in a circular fashion (no runners!).