Plant Type: Grasses
A broad upright clump, mid green and glaucous. Tall erect green foliage with a silvery white midrib which turns copper red in autumn. Spectacular wine red plumes which darken to brown then fade to beige in the autumn.
A truly handsome grass. Thinner leaves, and more open. Greatly appreciated and loved by the prairie style garden disciples.They are perennials with a long flowering season, outstanding autumn colors and winter interest.
Short, narrow, green leaves arch gracefully on upright stems, forming a tight clump
Leaf blades are not as dense along the main stems, as most other miscanthus cultivars
Foliage turns a golden-tan in the fall, remaining through the winter
Flower Type: feathery panicles
Flower Color: reddish-purple turning to silver-white
Bloom Time: September to October
Growing & Maintenance Tips:
Likes moist soil and are not fussy about types, free-draining to heavy but not waterlogged. Large, bold, hardy, drought tolerant, easy to grow.
Foliage ColorGreen with white midrib
Plant Spread5-6 ft.
Other grasses and sun loving perennials
Plant Height4-5 ft.
Soil MoistureMoist soil
Characteristics & Attributes
Hardy, Drought tolerant, Long flowering season