Production Container
Shape Bush freeform
Family poaceae
Type of plants Herbaceous perrennials
Height From 1,50 to 1,70 mt (adult)
Flower Late summer plumed red bronze ears
Berrie / Fruit None
Leaf Thin, dark green then purple red
Fragrance Non
Growth rate Medium
Habit falling
Exposure Sun
Info Ideal for private gardens and public parks

Features and uses:

The Miscanthus sinensis "Roter Pfeil" is an ornamental grass belonging to the Poaceae family. It is cultivated in a pot and its height varies from 1.50 to 1.70 mt.

The Miscanthus Roter Pfeil has an upright posture and is composed of a tuft of thin, linear leaves of green color that blend in red as the autumn approaches. The end of the leaves tends to arcs creating a delightful effect.
From the base there are numerous stems that will bring the spruce inflorescence, which will slowly open, of bronze color.

This ornamental grass has splendid summer / autumn colors and a fantastic landscape during the winter, when the frost will cover its stems.
It is indicated to create mixed flower beds, both in private gardens and in public gardens, in spite of its high autonomy, in fact, the Miscanthus requires only one pruning during the solar year and precisely in early March to remove the dried and leave room for the new vegetation.
It is not necessary to buy fertilizers as it is a very robust and rustic plant, or plant protection products because it is not subject to parasites or mushrooms.

Any suggestions for creating effect combinations? Well with the Miscanthus Little Zebra, with Pennisetum Moudry, with Panicum Rehbraun, or with Chasmanthium River Mist