Miscanthus transmorrisonensis or Evergreen miscanthus, a grass native to Taiwan, will dazzle you with its natural and poetic look. Its upright habit and its lovely semi-evergreen foliage, falling like a fountain, accentuate its bushy and dense silhouette. Its feathery spikelets first copper, then silver develop and create a magical atmosphere.
The narrow and longitudinal leaves of the Evergreen miscanthus, like ribbons, will offer a sumptuous green supported to your exterior, they will remain green as long as the frosts do not exceed -10 ° C. Gaze at its silky-spiked inflorescences from August to October, a splendid copper color turning silver when ripe. Reaching 2 m in height and 1 m in width, this perennial herbaceous plant finds its place: isolated near a pond, in beds, in hedges or in a large pot on your terrace.
Easy to grow and maintain, Miscanthus transmorrisonensis thrives in ordinary, rich and cool soil. It adapts to drought and appreciates sunshine or partial shade. Resistant to wind, cold down to -20 ° C and growing quickly, prune it flush in March to obtain a beautiful flowering when the time comes. For an enchanting spectacle, play on the contrasts of colors by associating your Evergreen miscanthus with other Miscanthus of various heights or with dogwood and other shrubs with colored branches.