One of the Best
Endemic to New Zealand, Stipa arundinacea or pheasant's tail grass has a supple habit, dark evergreen foliage tinged with rusty orange.
It becomes entirely copper-coloured in the winter. Diaphanous purple-pink inflorescences.
In the garden, we plant Stipa arundinacea at the edge of a shady border, or in undergrowth near trees. Grows very well in pots.
Height: 60 cm. Planting distance: 50 cm. Grow in good garden soil that is well-drained.
Hardy to -5°C to -10°C depending on the type of ground and exposure.
Synonym: Anemanthele lessoniana
- 0,7 litre pot
- Hardiness zones : zone 8-10
- Height: 50 to 70cm
- Plant spacing: 60 cm
- Flower colour:
- Flowering period:
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