Spectacular, clump forming autumn flowering grasses with good winter presence. Many look good from August to March when they need cutting hard back, to near ground level. No staking required especially in exposed gardens.
5 Different Miscanthus £30.00 £27.50
If you're stuck with choosing which Miscanthus to buy let us help - five different varieties in a range of size and colours.
Add to Basket Miscanthus sinensis 'Adagio' £6.00
A fine foliaged dwarf form to 1.2m Many sandy plumes from late summer. Average soil in sun.
Add to Basket Miscanthus sinensis 'Blütenwunder' £8.00
A robust form with broad leaves and chunky flowers, reddish to start soon turning silvery buff to 2.1m.
Add to Basket Miscanthus sinensis 'Goliath' £6.00
Very large, lush foliage and golden flowers to 2.4m. Average to good soil in sun.
Add to Basket Miscanthus sinensis 'Hermann Müssell' £6.00
An elegant form from Ernst Pagels with light reddish, golden-brown flowers in August/September which fade to bright silvery buff. 2m. Good soil in sun.
Add to Basket Miscanthus sinensis 'Krater' £6.00
Dwarfish form to about 1.2m. Reddish plumes fade to silvery grey for winter. A good variety for drier soils as it has narrower leaves.
Add to Basket Miscanthus sinensis 'Kupferzwerg' £6.00
New to us, this dwarf form has really impressed. Narrow leaves and pinkish copper flowers fade to warm buff. 1.2m.
Miscanthus sinensis 'Nishidake' £8.50
A big variety new to us. Broad, tropical looking foliage and chunky heads of silky flowers that start metallic red before turning shining silver.
Add to Basket Miscanthus transmorrisonensis £6.50
The closest to an evergreen Miscanthus in the UK. In a mild winter most of the leaves are retained but it is still best cut back hard in February. Open habit and masses of pink-silver flowers in autumn to 1.8m. Average soil in sun.