Thin silvery-gray foliage with pink flowers that turn white. New foliage is tinted red. Orange-red fall color. Excellent dwarf variety. Long blooming and deer resistant. Bold, clump former that is well suited to mass plantings or the low maintenance garden. One of our favorite miscanthus.
Prefers full sun and moist to wet, well-drained soil. Tolerant of clay soil. Drought tolerant once established. A warm season grass, it thrives in heat and humidity. Cut to within 4" or 5" of the ground in February before new growth begins.