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Miscanthus sinensis Little Zebra

Dwarf Zebra Grass, Maiden Grass, Eulalia

Type: Perennials,Grasses
Height: Tall 3-4' (5' in flower) (Plant 2-3' apart)
Bloom Time: Mid-Fall to Late Fall
Sun-Shade: Full Sun to Mostly Sunny
Zones: 5-9   Find Your Zone
Soil Condition: Normal, Clay, Sandy
Flower / Accent: Not Applicable / Not Applicable
Patent: #13,008
Pot Size: 3.5" square x 4" deep

Dwarf Zebra Grass. Distinctive horizontal yellow banded Miscanthus that will retain its color throughout the growing season. Wine-purple wispy flower plumes rise 1' above foliage fading to creamy tan in winter. A versatile dwarf ornamental grass.

Northern gardeners can achieve the look of Pampas Grass (too tender for the north) with Miscanthus.

Features to Note:

  • Deer Resistant
  • Winter Interest
  • Good for Dried Flowers
  • For a Sunny Spot
  • Web Exclusive
  • Attracts Birds
  • EarthDay coupon for Birds

Miscanthus General Information:

Miscanthus are the royalty of the grass kingdom, with billowy texture, silky tassels, many different heights and colorations, and great winter interest. Seeds are carried by a feathery plume above the plant. Pleasing sound when rustling in the wind. Good for hot dry spots, also dries easily. Ornamental grasses are restricted from Oregon.

Miscanthus Plant Care:

Cut foliage back in late winter before new shoots appear. Divide in late spring when needed. Shear back foliage, divide clumps with a sharp spade, and discard woody centers. Replant divisions and water well. May self sow for our Southern gardeners. Cut off plumes to prevent seeding. Benefits from a well drained winter site.

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