This most beautiful of all the feather grasses is a hybrid between Miscanthus sinensis and M. transmorrisonensis. From early in the new year until winter arching feathers on slightly arching leafy stems gives ‘Fallingwater’ elegance, movement and form. Read more about Miscanthus ‘Fallingwater’
A new selection of variegated Miscanthus much smaller growing than M. ‘Zebrinus’ and unlike the latter is neat and tidy. It has a rigidly upright growth habit and its dark green leaves are heavily banded with gold. It impressed visitors to our garden last summer and autumn. Read more about Miscanthus sinensis ‘Gold Bar’
All of our plants are offered in a 10cm diameter pot unless otherwise indicated. Plants grown here are frost hardy to at least minus 5C unless stated otherwise. Many are hardy to much colder temperatures. They may be evergreen or deciduous, or herbaceous and overwintered by being cut back to near pot level.Read more about Standard Pot Size
Whilst uncommon in its South African homeland this iris-like plant is an obligingly easy to grow in the garden. There is a clump which has happily flowered in our dry garden for fifteen years. Read more about Moraea spathulata
We apologise that this plant is currently sold out.