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Wine colored stalks rise from delicate silver variegated foliage. Appreciated for its more rounded upright habit. Showy light plumes display a pink blush all fall and into the winter. Straw-beige winter foliage with plumes persisting to provide pleasing winter interest. Morning Light is a smaller, finer-textured Miscanthus when compared to Gracillimus. Picture-perfect with sunshine highlighting the silky plumes.
Northern gardeners can achieve the look of Pampas Grass (too tender for the north) with Miscanthus.
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. Deer resistant. Good for hot dry spots, also dries easily. Ornamental Grasses are restricted from Idaho and Oregon.
Idaho has restricted all potted plant material from being shipped into Idaho
at this time.
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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PEONY RED SARAH BERNHARDT (x1)
IRIS SIB. DOUBLE STANDARD
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