Chinese reed miscanthus sinensis malepartus in grass bed
This Chinese reed species appears quite grail strong>: at a final height of 1.25 – 1.75 meters, it is not quite as high as the others, but a beautiful flowering grass in your garden and a nice enhancement for your grass bed . In addition, especially when you plant Miscanthus Malepartus in groups , the flowers become a serious eye-catcher in your garden!
By planting strong plant roots hibernated in the field, the sprouting period will be reduced significantly for example compared to conventional pot plants.
Our Jumbogras sticks Malepartus are available in the following bale sizes :
Mini: 8-12 cm diameter, 0.3 – 0.5 meters in the 1st summer
Midi: 10 – 20 cm diameter, 0.4 – 0.8 meters in the 1st summer
Maxi: 20 – 35 cm diameter, 0.7 – 1 meter in the 1st summer
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Easy Order: Just enter the number of Jumbogras plants and the desired bale sizes, ready!
The versatile uses of this grass in grass beds , as flowering grass hedges or sometimes in standalone or solitary positioning makes it highly valuable for the modern gardening . The connection to stones or water is particularly appealing.
Miscanthus grasses originally comes from the Asian region and reaches, depending on its breeding, a height of 0,5 to 3.5 meters. They are also called Chinese reed, ramie or elephant grass .
With our Jumbograshecke, we’ve focused on middle and high grass species. You can use them in the grass bed as stand-alone or in groups and as an impressive boundry, as a sight protection and as an alternative hedge plant .
Solitaire and grass beds