Hakonechloa macra albo-striata


The indispensable Japanese forest grass, in this form the leaves have narrow lines of white. This is the most vigorous form of the species we grow, it has spread in the garden to form a huge patch a good five feet across and seems taller and more upright than the yellow variegated selections. Makes me wonder how much variation in size and growth habit there might be in the wild. Giant or miniature versions of this species would be pretty darn amazing... zone 4
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This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 12 October, 2008.