Miscanthus varieties thrive in moist to average and well drained soil. Narrow leaved varieties will tolerate drought better than wider leaved varieties. They like long and hot summers and may not plume if they don't get enough heat. They offer winter interest to any garden by leaving the foliage standing, but should be cut down in spring for the new growth.

Purpescens is a green variety that turns red-orange in autumn. A great specimen for late season colour.

Zone: 4

Height: 150 cm

Width: 100 cm

Foliage Colour: green

Flower Time: Summer

Location: Full- Part sun

  • Full Sun
  • Part Sun
  • Semi Wet Tolerant
  • Deer Resistant