Calamagrostis x brachytricha

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Calamagrostis x brachytricha
Calamagrostis x brachytricha
Korean Feather Reed Grass is a mid-summer
bloomer with spectacular appeal. Unlike other plants of the same genera, it blooms much
later when warmer temperatures arrive.
Flowers begin pink to burgundy and change
to white then beige. This looks good en
masse or as a highlight scattered around a
perennial bed. It can have a tendency to reseed so if you are looking for a more manicured landscape, this may not be for you. If
you enjoy more character in your surroundings then this can be a superstar for you.
Droplets of water attach themselves in the
morning for dramatic landscapes like below.
Size: 3’-4’ Tall x 3’ Wide
Sun to Part Shade
Drought tolerant
Combine with:
Aster ‘October Skies’ - Aromatic Aster
Agastache ‘Blue Fortune’ - Anise Hyssop
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Limelight’ - Hydrangea
Echinacea ‘Magnus’ - Purple Coneflower

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