Production Container
Shape Bush freeform
Family poaceae
Type of plants Herbaceous perrennials
Height 1 mt +
Flower August - December, cylindrical ears of brown color, with white tip, plumage form a cascade of flowers
Berrie / Fruit None
Leaf Fallow, vigorous tufts and erect with thin, soft and falling leaves, glaucous green
Fragrance Non
Growth rate Medium
Habit Bushy tuft
Exposure Sun
Info Ideal for private gardens and public parks and even in marine climates

Pennisetum alopecuroides (compressum) is an ornamental grass belonging to the poaceae family. Cultivated as a free-form bush, it is produced in pots. It ranges from 1 m up to adult height and has average growth. His wear has a bushy tuft. The leaves are falling; They are of a glaucous green and are soft and falling. Exposure varies: you can leave it in both the sun and the half shadows. Pennisetum alopecuroides (compressum) does not have a great demand for irrigation, since it is capable of holding liquids; Moreover, this plant is resistant to salt and is also resistant to periods of drought. Convenient to maintenance, it requires only one pruning over a whole year of solar life. In addition to the aforementioned autonomy of liquids, it is autonomous even when it concerns the soil; It does not need any substances to make soil fertile - so there is no need for fertilizer. Pennisetum alopecuroides (compressum) also knows how to defend well: for this plant there is no need to worry about buying treatments that can repel parasites from it. The flowering takes place between August and December and consists of cylindrical ears of brown color, with white tip, feathers forming a cascade of flowers; The foliage of the plant is colorful and lively during the autumn, while it looks more ornate in the winter - the dry stubble of ice-covered grasses are the finest winter scenery! Very effective for a beautiful outdoor decoration, Pennisetum alopecuroides (compressum) is ideal for adorning gardens, public parks and flowerbeds, and donating lightness, movement and sound to the exterior of any building; They can also be well used to form beautiful isolated flower beds. They give a rustic but still contemporary appearance to any garden where they are placed, and in the hands of a skilled gardener, they can create elegant and refined landscapes for any kind of terrace, avenue or even patio, while also ensuring a good longevity .