It's easy to see why this is the most popular Miscanthus; a very impressive fountain shape of narrow, silver-green foliage, topped with purplish plumes in fall that change to silver.
Bloom Time: Aug-Oct
Features: Deer-Resistant, Drought-Tolerant, Low-Maintenance
Sun Exposure: Sun, Part-Sun
INVASIVE WARNING: The ever popular Miscanthus sinensis grasses have escaped cultivation and become invasive in pockets in southern Ontario and in Quebec and in 26 of the United States. We encourage you to consider planting a different grass. If you do grow Miscanthus, please remember to deadhead it in the fall to reduce seed distribution. The native alternatives are Bluestem (Adropogon and Schizachyrium) and Switchgrass (Panicum virgatum).
Please Note: Grasses generally have deep roots, and only a small plant can live in a pot. The pictures depict a more mature plant than you will receive.