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Image of Hakonechloa macra photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Hakone Grass)

Elegant arching blades, a tame and tidy habit and tolerance to shade make this lovely Japanese native an exceptional ornamental grass for the garden. Hakone grass is a slow-growing, clump-forming, herbaceous perennial that naturally resides in the forests of Japan. There are several variegated forms, which tend to be the most coveted by gardeners.

The broad, bright green blades of hakone grass arch gracefully and form spreading clumps over time. The blades can turn yellow, orange or pinkish...

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Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(Hakone Grass, Variegated Hakone Grass)

Elegant arching blades, a tame and tidy habit and tolerance to shade make this lovely Japanese native an exceptional ornamental grass for the garden. Hakone grass is a slow-growing, clump-forming, herbaceous perennial that naturally resides in the forests of Japan. There are several variegated forms, which tend to be the most coveted by gardeners.

The broad, bright green blades of hakone grass arch gracefully and form spreading clumps over time. The blades can turn yellow, orange or pinkish...

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Nancy Engel

(Hakone Grass, Variegated Hakone Grass)

Variegated Hakone grass is a slow growing, clump-forming, herbaceous grass native to the forests of Japan. It has loosely arching, broad, smooth, bright green blades with long white stripes. In later summer to fall it produces loose, branched groups of spiklets with insignificant flowers. The rhizomes (underground stems) creep slowly and Hakone grass doesn't appear to self-seed; it is a non-invasive ornamental grass.

Attractive and elegant Hakone grass performs best in partial sun to partial shade...

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Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(All Gold Japanese Forest Grass, Hakone Grass)

Isn’t it great when the name says it all? The Hakone grass cultivar ‘All Gold’ has an neat habit and beautiful golden yellow foliage throughout the growing season.

This amazing grass for shade is a slow spreading, clump-forming, herbaceous grass that originates from the forests of Japan. It has broad, dense, golden blades that stand more upright than most other Hakone grasses. In late summer to fall it produces loose panicles of insignificant flowers.

Hakone grass performs best in partial...

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Felder Rushing

(Golden Japanese Forest Grass, Hakone Grass)

Few grasses have the elegant beauty of golden Japanese forest grass and even fewer are well adapted to shade. This clump-forming, variegated grass is slow-growing but develops a sweeping, graceful habit over time. Hakonechloa macra originates from the moist fertile forests of Japan where is can be found growing among rocks and other understory perennials as though strategically planted.

This is a fully deciduous grass that has broad blades with golden edges and bright green stripes down...

(Hakone Grass, Naomi Hakone Grass)

Hakone grass is a slow growing, clump-forming, herbaceous grass native to the forests of Japan. The cultivar Naomi has loosely arching, broad, smooth, bright green blades with long white stripes. In the fall, the grass blades turn purple and magenta and it produces loose, branched groups of spiklets with insignificant flowers. The rhizomes (underground stems) creep slowly and Hakone grass doesn't appear to self-seed; it is a non-invasive ornamental grass.

Attractive and elegant Hakone grass performs...

Image of Hakonechloa macra

Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(Hakone Grass)

Elegant arching blades, a tame and tidy habit and tolerance to shade make this lovely Japanese native an exceptional ornamental grass for the garden. Hakone grass is a slow-growing, clump-forming, herbaceous perennial that naturally resides in the forests of Japan. There are several variegated forms, which tend to be the most coveted by gardeners.

The broad, bright green blades of hakone grass arch gracefully and form spreading clumps over time. The blades can turn yellow, orange or pinkish...

Image of Helictotrichon sempervirens photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Blue Oat Grass)

The upright to arching, steely foliage of blue oat grass offers some of the coolest blue color of any ornamental grass. It originates from southwestern Europe where it naturally resides in open forests, meadows and rocky slopes. Once established, this clump-forming, evergreen to semi-evergreen perennial will tolerate both heat and drought.

In late spring to early summer, the spiky clumps of frosty blue foliage present tall, soft, arching panicles of grassy flowers. The dry brown seedheads that...

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James H. Schutte

(Blue Oat Grass, Sapphire Fountain Grass)

Super bright metallic blue color and good rust resistance set 'Sapphire Fountain' apart from other blue oat grasses.Helictotrichon sempervirens originates from southwestern Europe where it naturally resides in open forests, meadows and rocky slopes. Once established, this clump-forming, evergreen to semi-evergreen perennial will tolerate both heat and drought.

In late spring to early summer, the spiky clumps of frosty blue foliage present tall, soft, arching panicles of grassy flowers....

Image of Hordeum photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Hordeum)

Hordeum comprises some 30 species of annual and perennial grasses from the world's temperate zones. The genus includes one of civilization's most important grains, common barley (Hordeum vulgare), as well as several noxious weeds.

The flat, rolled, or split leaf blades of these clumping grasses are alternately borne on lax to upright, short to tall stems. Leaf color is light- to medium-green or blue-green. In spring or summer, dense, linear to oblong, spike-like clusters...