Dwarf Maiden Grass- Miscanthus sinensis 'Adagio'

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Dwarf Maiden Grass- Miscanthus sinensis 'Adagio'

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Adagio is a dwarf maiden grass that is 5' with bloom.  It has beautiful slender leaves that get a rose color seed head in the late spring.  Adagio can be left standing for winter interest and then cut back early spring.

Additional Information:

Latin Name: Miscanthus sinenis 'Adagio'
Plant Type: Ornamental Grass
Exposure: Full Sun
Deer Resistant: Yes
Mature Height: 4-5ft
Mature Width: 3-4ft
Habit: Upright
Growth Rate: Fast
Recommend Spacing: 1-2ft
Hardiness Zone: Zone 5-9
Bloom Time: Summer
Flower Colors: Green, gold
Water Needs: Average
Maintenance: Easy
Pruning Time: Late winter, Early spring
Additional attribute:
Drought Tolerant
Foliage Interest
Landscape Uses:
Border, Grass, Landscape, Mass Planting, Container

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