Miscanthus or Maiden Grass

Miscanthus is a tough, ornamental, clump forming grass. They can be deciduous or evergreen with a spreading habit, tall stems bearing linear leaves and panicles of stunning silky spikelet in the late summer or autumn. A beautiful natural addition to any garden, adds texture and movement.

Where to Site Your Miscanthus

Plant in a mixed flower bed, or prairie border, ideal for cottage gardens, a great versatile grass that looks lovely in all situations

How to Grow and Look after your Miscanthus

Miscanthus like full sun and well drained moist soil. But once

 Remove dead foliage and old flowered stems in spring.

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