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Image of Miscanthus floridulus photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Giant Chinese Silvergrass, Pacific Island Silvergrass)

A tall, clump-forming warm-season grass, the Pacific Island silvergrass produces pinkish-bronze seed heads by the start of autumn. Also called giant Chinese silvergrass, this species is native to the southernmost islands of Japan, Taiwan and Guam in the western Pacific. The plant slowly enlarges into a clump as the underground rhizomes elongate. Above-ground growth of stems and foliage is rapid each year, but is killed back by winter cold.

The long, slender, spear-like leaves are deep green with...

Image of Miscanthus sacchariflorus photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Amur Silvergrass)

Miscanthus are a group of about 15 species of grasses native to Africa and Asia. They are tropical or subtropical grasses that are clump forming, may reach up to 12 feet tall,5 feet wide, have a medium green leaf with a prominent white colored mid-rib. The tolerate a wide range of soil conditions, and drought. Some species are used for ornamental plantings as accent plants in the landscape, as a screen, as a hedge, in pots, and in dried flower arrangements. Some species are known to product large...

Image of Miscanthus sinensis photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Eulalia, Japanese Silvergrass)

This is truly a bold grass for large spacious gardens. Eulalia is a tall, dense, clump-forming grass that originates from eastern Asia. Its long slender arching blades are green with thin white midribs and have surprisingly sharp edges that can easily cut skin.

In the late summer to fall, plants produce tall, upright stems topped with feathery, silver-white to rose-hued plumes that soften and curl as they dry. These remain attractive throughout winter as does the deciduous foliage that turns a...

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Mark A. Miller

(Adagio Silvergrass, Eulalia, Japanese Silvergrass)

The neat 'Adagio' is a more compact form of Japanese silvergrass. This dense, clump-forming grass originates from eastern Asia. The long, slender leaf blades are medium green with razor thin white midribs that turn a beautiful wheat color in autumn. In the late summer to fall plants produce many tall, upright stems topped with feathery, rose-hued silvery plumes that soften and curl as they dry. These remain attractive throughout winter, rustling in the wind.

Japanese silvergrass performs well...

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Jesse Saylor

(Arabesque Japanese Silvergrass, Eulalia, Japanese Silvergrass)

The attractive ‘Arabesque’ is a compact form of eulalia with a neater more upright habit than the popular ‘Adagio.’ This dense clump-forming grass originates from eastern Asia. Its long slender blades are deep green and turn a beautiful wheat color when they dry in autumn. In the late summer to fall, plants produce tall upright stems topped with feathery salmon pink plumes that turn a silvery-wheat color as they age. These remain attractive throughout winter.

Japanese silvergrass prefers...

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Jesse Saylor

(Autumn Light Japanese Silvergrass, Eulalia, Japanese Silvergrass)

What a big bold eye-catcher! The tall eulalia ‘Autumn Light’ is a dense clump-forming grass that originates from eastern Asia. Its long slender arching blades are green with narrow white edges that catch the sunlight and make this plant shine. In late summer to fall it produces tall upright stems topped with feathery, bronze plumes that soften and curl as they dry. These remain attractive throughout winter as does the deciduous foliage that turns a warm wheat color when it dries in autumn.

Eulalia...

(Blondo Silvergrass, Eulalia, Japanese Silvergrass)

Variegated eulalia like the vigorous cultivar ‘Blondo’ will add lots of foliar interest to large borders and foundations. This tall grass originates from eastern Asia and forms dense clumps. Its long thin arching blades are green with white midribs. Sometimes they arch so low that their tips almost touch the ground. In late summer to fall plants produce many tall, upright stems topped with feathery ivory plumes that soften and curl as they dry. These remain attractive throughout winter as does the...

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Jesse Saylor

(Blooming Wonder Silvergrass, Eulalia, Japanese Silvergrass)

Compared to other cultivars, Blooming Wonder silver grass blooms earlier, with more flower heads and demonstrates increased winter cold hardiness. It's a clump-forming grass that originates from eastern Asia and has a graceful, dense, clumping habit. Its long, fine blades are medium green and turn a golden wheat color in the autumn. In midsummer, plants produce many stems topped with feathery, ivory-silvery plumes that soften and curl as they dry. These remain attractive throughout winter.

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James Burghardt

(Dixieland Japanese Silvergrass, Eulalia, Japanese Silvergrass)

The dwarf variegated eulalia ‘Dixieland’ is a fine bold plant for large borders and foundations. This compact grass originates from eastern Asia and forms broad dense clumps. Its long arching blades are green with broad streaks of ivory. In the late summer to fall plants produce many tall, upright stems topped with feathery rose-hued plumes that soften and curl as they dry. These remain attractive throughout winter as does the deciduous foliage, which turns a warm wheat color when it dries in autumn....

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James Burghardt

(Eulalia, Gold Bar Silvergrass, Japanese Silvergrass)

Gold Bar silvergrass is a strikingly beautiful ornamental. This clump forming grass originates from eastern Asia and has a compact, upright habit. Its long, variegated blades are medium green crossed with strong bands of creamy yellow that give it a tiger striped appearance. In the late summer to fall plants produce many tall, upright stems topped with feathery, burgundy-hued silvery plumes that soften and curl as they dry. These, and the dry wheat-colored foliage of this grass, remain attractive...