Production Container
Shape Bush freeform
Family poaceae
Type of plants Herbaceous perrennials
Height From 0,30 to 0,50 mt (adult)
Flower August-October, ears of cream flowers
Berrie / Fruit None
Leaf Slightly variegated in white, very bright
Fragrance Non
Growth rate Medium
Habit Vertical tuft to fountain
Exposure Sun
Info Ideal for private gardens and public parks

Features and uses:

The Pennisetum alopecuroides Little Honey born in Asia and Australia, belongs to the Poaceae family and is an evergreen ornamental grass with very compact growth.

It is mainly used to make borders, to delimit green areas or to vase to adorn terraces and patios.

Its leaves are green variegated in white, very thin and fairly short. The tips tend to bend, forming a tuft with a fountain effect. The inflorescence that appears between August and October is typical of ornamental grasses, a small owl that resembles a beige-colored pencil.

It adapts perfectly to all types of soil and is perfect for those who want to have a well-groomed, refined and elegant green space, but with minimal effort. In fact, Pennisetum alop. Little Honey is not subject to parasites, does not require regular water and does not require maintenance during the year, if not a single pruning at the end of winter that can be practiced by anyone to eliminate the dry leaves.

Some great combinations for making mixed flowers: Festuca glauca Elijah Blue, cylindrical Imperata, Miscanthus sin. Adagio, Chasmanthium River Mist