I saw this photo on the Better Homes and Garden page and liked the chevron pattern of the grass. The short description labeled this as Sea Oat Grass (I can't remember the scientific name). I don't ever remember seeing this in the dried floral section at the local craft store and wondered where I could find it. Imagine my surprise while at work I see this:
It was growing wild in the flower bed in front of the classroom. BHG's call it sea grass but, in the real world we call it a WEED!
Okay, so now I'm using weeds in my fall decorations. But they ARE pretty weeds.