Acorus gramineus minimus aureus


One of those plants that should be in every garden center but is mysteriously uncommon in the trade. It is that most useful of plants that grows happily in shade but looks like a grass. In this case, a wonderful bright yellow grass, and a a dwarf one at that, less than six inches tall so it even looks like well maintained grass. Like all acorus, happiest when grown on the wet side, but doesn't seem to be terribly picky. Spreads by rhizomes to form a ground cover, though it hasn't made a weed of itself yet. Great combined with blue hostas, and I especially love it combined with black leaved ophiopogon. Zone 5
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This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 17 June, 2008.