Production Container
Shape Bush freeform
Family poaceae
Type of plants Herbaceous perrennials
Height From 0,80 to 1 mt (adult)
Flower Summer - Autumn
Berrie / Fruit None
Leaf Caduca; Long, linear, variegated in green and white cream; In spring it develops long stems. In the summer almost completely green; The aerial shrinks.
Fragrance Non
Growth rate Medium
Habit erected
Exposure Sun
Info Ideal for private gardens and public parks

Features and uses:

The Miscanthus sinensis Kleine Silberspinne is an ornamental grass native to Japan and China, belonging to the Poaceae family.

Its height ranges from 0.80 to 1 m, it has an average growth and its habit is erect. It prefers a sunny position, but it also fits in mid-shadows and a well-drained soil is recommended.

It is formed by a tuft of very thin, linear leaves, variegated in green and creamy white. It is considered to be a leafy leaf, in fact, during the winter the long leaves dry, but they do not fall and also give a fantastic show when they cover with ice.
It is advisable to cut these dried leaves in early March, with the arrival of the beautiful season. A garden scissor is sufficient and anyone can do it; this is the only maintenance required by this plant.

Its inflorescence is an ear, typical of the ornamental grasses of beige color, that when it opens it shows delicate silver reflections.

Where to use the Miscanthus sin. Kleine Silberspinne?
Considering it is robust and very rustic, resistant to drought and disease, it is perfect in flowerbeds and public parks where maintenance costs are needed but also in private gardens where owners often have no time to devote to the garden .