Production Container
Shape Bush freeform
Family cyperaceae
Type of plants Ornamental grass
Height From 0,70 to 0,90 mt (adult)
Flower August - October, green
Berrie / Fruit None
Leaf light green variegated in cream white and with numerous spikes which tend to pink in autumn
Fragrance Non
Growth rate Medium
Habit bushy tuft
Exposure Sun
Info Ideal for gardens

Features and uses:

The Chasmanthium River Mist® belongs to the Poaceae family and is native to the United States. It is a very elegant ornamental grass that Greggio Vivai has recently introduced in his collection of potted graminaceae.

It has average growth, its height varies from 0.80 to 1 m from adult and looks like a bushy tuft from the flexible lobe. Its fallen leaves are white striped green, from March until the cold winter, when they dry up. They have numerous falling white ears, which turn to rose by the fall of autumn.

The flowers of the Chasmanthium River Mist® appear in the summer and fall, in the form of flat and light beaks of white / beige color.

This graminacea prefers a semi-shaded position, but is able to adapt to sunny locations as well.
Thanks to its soft appearance it is particularly suitable for the creation of sophisticated environments; it can be used both in pots inside patios and terraces, or on the ground to make bordures or mixed flower beds.

Thanks to its fantastic features, such as the irrigation requirement, poor maintenance and disease resistance, it is very well suited for use in public green areas, including parks and lakeside environments.

To create color and shape games can be combined with other graminacees according to your needs, such as the Imperata cylindrica Red Baron or the Pennisetum Little Bunny or the Miscanthus sinensis Punktchen.