This variety was noted for the beautiful blue/green leaves which turned reddish in the fall. Seed heads are a nice silver becoming purple/red. A bunch type growth habit is very upright and tall. By the end of the second season, it was about 50 inches high and 36 inches wide in a moist location. A warm season grass that prefers full sun, well-drained soils and can tolerate some drought. Hardy to Zone 3.
Noted for its attractive maroon foliage which emerges green but turns red and remains all summer. Was covered by chartreuse-gold flowers second year. Was very showy combined with red foliage. Did not require deadheading. Had excellent hardiness after one winter compared to nearly 100% dieback for two other Euphorbias in trial during same period. Prefers full sun to part shade, well-drained, poor-to-moderately fertile soil. Had excellent uniformity both years but late-summer cutback can be beneficial if plants start to look unkempt after flowering. Use gloves. Sap may irritate skin of susceptible individuals.
Noted for its vigorous growth and blooms from late June to late September. Peak bloom time was late July to early August. Dense branching and good uniformity was very showy. White flowers are borne on airy panicles with a very delicate appearance. Gypsophila is excellent for cutting both fresh and dry. Hardy to Zone 5.
This vigorous clone had uniform growth habit and makes an excellent groundcover. Had a consistently good show of flowers throughout both years. Variegated foliage is showy even when flowering slows. Plants grew to about 14 inches high and close to 30 inches wide. There were numerous pink to light lavender flowers. These plants started blooming early in the summer and even into September. Did well in full sun but often prefers partial to full shade and moist soil. Hardy to Zone 3.
Plant has finer foliage which creates a delicate appearance. Foliage color is medium green with yellow crosshatching. Never set plumes but it was very showy without them. Ranked high throughout the growing season, especially in August to September. Vigorous grass grows to four feet plus with an excellent upright growth habit. Prefers moist soil and full sun. Hardy to Zone 4.
Has abundant bold yellow stripes throughout the foliage. Ranked high throughout the growing season, especially in August to September. Vigorous grass growing taller than Mysterious Maiden to five feet plus. Blooms later than some Miscanthus but foliage is outstanding throughout the growing season even without plumes. Prefers moderately moist soil and full sun. Hardy to Zone 5.