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Pennisetum alopecuroides Little Bunny

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Pennisetum alopecuroides Little Bunny

Little Bunny' is the smallest of the dwarf fountain grasses. In late summer they send out beautiful, creamy-be... read more

Pennisetum alopecuroides Little Bunny - 1 plant

Pennisetum alopecuroides Little Bunny - 1 plant A11183 - Pennisetum Little Bunny

  • Pot size 9 cm
  • Delivery height incl pot 10 - 15 cm
  • Delivered as pot plant
  • Available from 01/09 - 29/12
<ul class="productinfolist"><li>Pot size 9 cm</li><li>Delivery height incl pot 10 - 15 cm</li><li>Delivered as pot plant</li><li>Available from 01/09 - 29/12</li></ul> 14 st. In stock direct leverbaar

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Pennisetum alopecuroides Little Bunny

'Little Bunny' is the smallest of the dwarf fountain grasses. In late summer they send out beautiful, creamy-beige fuzzy flower plumes that turn tan as they dry and will reward you in autumn with fabulous foliage displays.

Suitable for planting in a rock garden or as an edging plant. Flowers are excellent for cutting, fresh or dried.

Details Pennisetum alopecuroides Little Bunny

  • Blooms: August - October
  • Leaf colour: Green
  • Full grown: 1 Year
  • Full grown height: 25 - 50 cm
  • Full grown width: 25 - 50 cm
  • Plant location: sunny
  • Plant depth: 10 cm
  • Plant spacing: 25 cm
  • Hardiness: -15 Celsius
  • Preferred soil: Sandy Soil

How to take care of Pennisetum Little Bunny

Suitable for any well drained soil, plant in a sunny or partially shaded position. Enrich the planting site with organic matter prior to planting. Leave plenty of space between tall varieties. Plant in a hole deep enough so that the root ball will be a little deeper than the plant was growing in it's container.

Water well after planting and for a few weeks until the plant is established. Mulch grasses with organic material in the autumn to protect roots and shoots from freezing. Grasses which die back completely in winter can be rejuvenated by cutting the entire plant back to about 10cm in early spring.

Divide grasses every few years in the spring just as they are beginning to break dormancy. Dig the plant up and cut the clump into divisions with a sharp knife or spade, replant the divisions.

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