Arthropodium cirratum forms large clumps with drooping fleshy strap-shaped leaves of medium green, with glaucous overtones. Starry white flowers are borne in airy panicles in Summer.Excellent as a ground cover under trees, on banks and mass plantings in a border. If hit by frost, regrowth occurs again in Spring. One of the most adaptable and appealing perennial plants. Thrives in coastal areas throughout New Zealand. Grows to 1m in height and diameter.