The striking inflorescences of the varieties of miscanthus sinensis also last well into spring. They look beautiful in the winter. Some varieties have a greyer tone in the winter, others more golden. Inflorescences make the Chinese silver grass an eye-catcher. Therefore, choose varieties that start blossoming earlier.
For example, the Federweisser variety
Silver grass is sensitive to excessive humidity in the winter. This variety grows nearly 2 m tall. You should also keep in mind that silver grass sprouts late in the spring.
A tall decorative grass in the grass (Poaceae) family which forms a compact funnel-shaped bunch that is wider at the top than at the bottom. The linear, long and delicate bluish-green leaves curve elegantly and gently sway in the breeze. Inflorescences have a net structure and pale reddish-brownish undertones that fade to silver in late summer. It prefers fertile, moist but permeable soil. You can propagate it in the spring by division. Silver grass is always trimmed in the spring.