Calamagrostis x acutiflora
Feather Reed Grass
Evergreen, Ornamental grasses and grasslike plants, Semi-evergreen
These Eurasian natives are sturdy, clumping grasses with feathery flower plumes that fade from purple-tinted green to yellow, then buff. These persist into winter and can be used for fresh or dried arrangements. Cut back clumps low to the ground in late winter, before new growth begins.Calamagrostis x acutiflora
This is a naturally occurring, sterile European hybrid between Calamagrostis arundinacea and Calamagrostis epigejos. It is known mainly through its evergreen to semievergreen selections.
Grows in a clump to 3–4 ft. tall and wide, with purplish green flowers rising to 6 ft. in summer. Leaves are green with white stripes down the middle.
This plant forms an erect, somewhat arching clump of narrow, bright green leaves 2–3 ft. tall, somewhat broader. Upright flowering stems increase the height to 6 ft. when they first appear in late spring or early summer.
This plant forms an erect, somewhat arching clump of narrow, variegated green leaves 2–3 ft. tall, somewhat broader. Upright flowering stems increase the height to 6 ft. when they first appear in late spring or early summer.
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