New form dhakonechloa green leafy front of orange, yellow and purple in autumn. Flowering in yellow gold ears. Port falling slowly forming a big cushion. Not too dry soil humus. Hotpot, a shower room onboard.
Red grass: grass beautiful slow development, semi-evergreen, tinting is red throughout the summer. Well drained soil, humus and not too dry. A partner with silver foliage. Pots, massive.
Graphic rush that senroule spiral. Fine semi-evergreen stems twisted. Flowering little interest. Wetland or pond edge into 2cm of water. Washbasin original scene on a white gravel bed. Using floral atr. Wet soggy clay soil.
Beautiful persistent grasses slowly forming a big cushion. Golden yellow leaves arranged in long broad and flexible straps. Thin stems bearing small brown flowers. Massive and bins. Tolerates dry soil in partial shade, endure heavy and clay soils.
Beautiful persistent grass sétendant slowly. Shiny leaves long, narrow, green vegetable water cream. Panniculus small brown flowers. Perfect in the woods or hotpot. Supports dry shade.
Pretty fountain grass forming clumps port. Flexible sheets (deciduous) of a golden yellow very bright. Very fine inflorescences of the same color. Sol fresh to moderately dry, even clay.
Miscanthus zebre but dwarf form. Foliage bright yellow zebra, built in the shape of porcupine. Very graphic in massive, this grass is also suitable for pots. Good land.
Large deciduous grass of structuring form. Non tuft fescue. Leaves marked dune longitudinal strip white cream and pale green. Carmine pink ears veering money. Ordinary soil, not too dry fees.
High grass with narrow leaves marked dune fine silver central band. Copper carmine red abundant flowering. Round tuft. Tolerates drought. Do not strap. Use: isolated, solid perennials.
Ample and original arched port for miscanthus long deciduous marked transverse bands gild. White silky spikelets fall. Foliage and duster used in floral art. Ordinary soil.
Big erect tuft and flared for this beautiful grass that gets its name "transparent" with its fine stems with light brown wispy spikelets. Golden yellow in autumn deciduous. All drained soil preferably fresh but supports some drought.