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Miscanthus sinensis 'Kleine Fontäne'

Fine textured and compact to 1.5m tall, the silvery flowerheads are seen in late summer atop the upright stems. Makes good clumps of relatively slim foliage. Hardy, for sun or semi-shade.

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Miscanthus sinensis 'Morning Light'

Graceful white striped very slim foliage. Pink flower spikes in autumn, though mainly grown for spectacular foliage effect. Height 1.5m. Sun or part shade.

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Miscanthus sinensis var. condensatus 'Cosmo Revert'

A pure green leaved reversion from the variegated 'Cosmopolitan' and therefore a good bloomer with large open plumes opening copper-red in late summer above the broad foliage and reaching up to 3m high. A striking grass for the back of a border or as a visual statement, the leaves remaining green into winter. For sun or semi-shade.

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Miscanthus sinensis var. condensatus NJM 11.021

A collection of this large growing variety from 1800m on Leigongshan, Guizhou, China. Long, comparatively broad foliage, mid green with a central white pinstripe, arches out from the clump. The cream flowers rise distinctively high above the foliage in late summer to 2.5m. A striking variety, useful in the garden as a statement. For sun.

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Miscanthus transmorrisonensis (new)

From the high mountains of Taiwan this is a virtually evergreen species in our climate with elegant narrow arching foliage reaching 90cm high on an upright clump. Flowering stems rise clear of the foliage to about 2m, topped by arching pinky-white plumes of flower early in the Miscanthus season in July-Aug. Sun or semi-shade. Hardy.

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Muhlenbergia dumosa

One of the most beautiful of all grasses, but sadly not the hardiest, the Bamboo Muhly from Arizona to S. Mexico is suitable for milder areas or pot culture. Slim, well branched, arching stems to 1.2m move in the slightest breeze and are clad in exceptionally fine foliage, creating a billowing cloud like effect. Mine look mighty fine in pots juxtaposed with bold succulents etc.

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Pennisetum macrourum

Pennisetum macrourum

Long, slim, whitish 'paint brush' flower spikes in late summer and autumn. Upright and clump forming. Height 1.5m. Warm, sunny position. A fine, bold, hardy grass from South Africa.

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Stipa tirsa (new)

Horsetail Feather Grass. From Europe and Temperate Asia, this is a drought tolerant, hardy and highly attractive fine textured grass. Reaching 60cm in flower, the silvery-cream inflorescences dance in the wind. Sun and well drained soil.

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