Production Container
Shape Bush freeform
Family poaceae
Type of plants Herbaceous perrennials
Height From 1 to 1,20 mt (adult)
Flower August-October, pink ear - red bronze
Berrie / Fruit None
Leaf Thin, elegant, light green finely varied in white on the edges. Very bright silvery look
Fragrance Non
Growth rate Medium
Habit fountain - like
Exposure Sun
Info Ideal for private gardens and public parks

Features and uses:

The Miscanthus Morning Light originates in Japan, it is a very elegant ornamental grass, belonging to the Poaceae family.

Its long, subtle leaves are light green, white in the center and tend to arcs, creating a tuft in the shape of a "fountain".

The typical inflorescence of ornamental grasses appears between late summer and autumn; a pink ear that maturing opens in a flamboyant red-brown reflective pencil.

The Miscanthus sin. Morning Light thanks to its pleasing appearance is perfect both in formal gardens and in informal gardens. Also called "true graminacea", it is recommended to create mixed flower beds that, in addition to having an ornamental purpose, have the function of upholstery and therefore of preventing the growth of weed and unhealthy herbs, without having to use diserbs.

This ornamental grass is great for those who do not have the option of installing an irrigation system as it does not need to be watered regularly and requires only one pruning per year at the end of winter to remove dry leaves .

It can be combined with many other varieties of weeds that have the same characteristics as: Indian Steel Sorghastrum Nutans, Pennisetum Orientale, Panicum Warrior, Liriope Moneymaker