Common names include Chinese silver grass, Eulalia grass, maiden grass, zebra grass, Susuki grass, and porcupine grass
Miscanthus is a species of clump-forming flowering grass plant native to eastern Asia throughout most of China and Japan.
Miscanthus grass are becoming increasingly popular and it’s no wonder why. Miscanthus plants add colour and interest to the garden for months on end. Each variety produces elegant, arching foliage and in late summer it's joined by feathery purplish flowers, which are held above the foliage and remain attractive well into winter.
Tall varieties are ideal for the back of the border or as a specimen plant and the smaller varieties are perfect for the front of the border or shrubbery. We recommend cutting to ground level to help rejuvenate and make room for the new growth