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Hahira Nursery

(Eulalia, Japanese Silvergrass, Morning Light Silvergrass)

What an absolutely beautiful silvergrass. The cultivar 'Morning Light' forms dense clumps of long thin blades that gracefully arch so low they sometimes touch the ground. These are pale green with razor thin white midribs that shimmer in the morning light. In the late summer to fall plants produce many tall, upright stems topped with feathery, red-hued silvery-white plumes that soften and curl as they dry. These stand above the foliage and remain attractive throughout winter.

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Blooms of Bressingham

(Eulalia, Japanese Silvergrass, Mysterious Maiden Silvergrass)

What a lovely variegated silvergrass. The slender blades of ‘Mysterious Maiden’ have distinct gold banding and the plant has an appealing arching, vase-shaped habit. This cultivar is comparable to ‘Zebrinus’ but its leaves are more slender and graceful. In fall, the blades turn a golden wheat color. In the late summer to fall it produces many tall, upright stems topped with feathery, coppery buff-colored plumes that soften and curl as they dry. These are held well above the foliage and remain attractive...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Eulalia, Japanese Silvergrass, Nippon Silvergrass)

Nippon silver grass is a clump-forming grass that originates from eastern Asia and has a graceful upright to arching habit. This more compact, shorter-growing cultivar looks very much like 'Gracillimus' but with slightly wider leaf blades and an earlier flowering time. Its long, fine blades are medium green and turn a golden wheat color in the autumn. In the late summer to fall plants produce many tall, upright stems topped with feathery, burgundy-copper silvery plumes that soften and curl as they...

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James H. Schutte

(Eulalia, Japanese Silvergrass, Rigoletto Japanese Silvergrass)

What a lovely variegated silvergrass. The white-striped blades of ‘Rigoletto’ offer interest and appeal to this compact cultivar. This selection is comparable to ‘Variegatus’ save its shorter habit. In fall, the blades turn a golden wheat color. In late summer to fall it produces many upright stems topped with feathery, silvery-bronze plumes that soften and curl as they dry. These are held well above the foliage and remain attractive all winter.

Japanese silvergrass prefers full sun and tolerates...

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Jesse Saylor

(Eulalia, Japanese Silvergrass, Sarabande Japanese Silvergrass)

The narrow, arching blades of ‘Sarabande’ lend this vigorous Japanese silvergrass a fine, graceful appearance. Its look is similar to that of the poplar selection, ‘Gracillimus.’ Both have medium green blades with narrow silver edges.

In the late summer to fall 'Saraband' produces many tall, upright stems topped with feathery, red-brown, plumes that soften and curl as they dry. In fall, the foliage turns golden wheat and the floral plumes silvery white. Both remain attractive through winter.

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Grandiflora

(Eulalia, Japanese Silvergrass, Silberpfeil Japanese Silvergrass)

The tall, variegated Japanese silvergrass, ‘Silver Arrow’, is a bold, clump-forming grass that originates from eastern Asia and has a graceful arching habit. Its long, fine blades are medium green with ivory stripes down the center of each. The leaves turn a golden wheat color in late autumn. In the late summer to fall plants produce many tall, upright stems topped with feathery, silvery pink plumes that soften and curl as they dry. These are held well above the foliage and remain attractive throughout...

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Yoder Brothers

(Eulalia, Japanese Silvergrass, Silberfeder Japanese Silvergrass)

The tall, variegated Japanese silvergrass, ‘Silver Feather, is a bold, clump-forming grass that originates from eastern Asia and has a graceful arching habit. Its long slender blades are green with razor thin white midribs and turn a beautiful wheat color in autumn. In the late summer to fall, plants produce tall, upright stems topped with feathery, silvery pink plumes that soften and curl as they dry. These are held well above the foliage and remain attractive throughout winter.

Japanese silvergrass...

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Jesse Saylor

(Eulalia, Japanese Silvergrass, Sirene Silvergrass)

Sirene silver grass is a clump-forming grass that originates from eastern Asia and has a graceful, more upright-clumping habit compared to other cultivars. Its long, fine blades are medium green and turn a golden wheat color in the autumn. In the late summer, plants produce many stems topped with feathery, red-copper silvery plumes that soften and curl as they dry. These remain attractive throughout winter.

Japanese silvergrass performs well in full sun and tolerates a wide range of moderately...

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Felder Rushing

(Eulalia, Japanese Silvergrass, Porcupine Silvergrass)

Strictus means upright, so it should come as no surprise that this silvergrass has a more rigid upright habit than others. It forms huge dense clumps of thin variegated blades that are striped with irregular horizontal bands of pale yellow and medium green. In the late summer to fall plants produce many tall, upright stems topped with feathery, copper-hued plumes that soften and curl as they dry. These stand above the foliage and remain attractive throughout winter.

Japanese silvergrass prefers...

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Yoder Brothers

(Eulalia, Japanese Silvergrass, Super Stripe Japanese Silvergrass)

This patented introduction is yet another exceptional, compact, gold-banded Japanese silvergrass for the garden. The densely banded, broad, arching blades of 'Super Stripe' lend a tropical look to temperate gardens. This cultivar was bred and introduced by Darrell Probst of Hubbardston, Massachusetts.

In the late summer to fall 'Super Stripe' produces many tall, upright stems topped with feathery, bronzy, plumes that soften and curl as they dry. These are substantially taller than the foliage....