Production Container
Shape Bush freeform
Family poaceae
Type of plants Ornamental grass
Height 200/220 cm
Flower July/September
Berrie / Fruit No
Leaf bright green leaf, red in autumn, inflorescence in the form of brown-silver feathers
Fragrance Non
Growth rate Medium
Habit Erect
Exposure Sun

Features and uses:

Miscanthus sinensis Ghana is a very attractive ornamental grass, belonging to the Poaceae family, originating in China and Japan.

This ornamental grass appears as a clump of erect leaves, each of a slender and slightly arched shape to the top. In springtime the leaves are of light green color, while in the autumn they are painted with beautiful red-tinted shades.

The inflorescence appears on the tops of long stems growing at the base of the tuft, in the form of soft ears, similar to beige-colored plums, then brown with reddish reflections.

Ideal for giving the garden a natural, elegant and tidy appearance, without forgetting that with Miscanthus sin. Ghana is able to make a low maintenance garden and not demanding because it is resistant to disease and drought, only one pruning is carried out at the end of February to remove dry stubble and also adapts well to poor soils.

Perfect for making small hedges, or planters, or in mixed flowerbeds, perhaps combined with other essences to create color and shapes like Miscanthus sin. Cabaret, the Miscanthus sin. Kleine Silberspinne, Carex Nigra, Pennisetum Little Bunny.