Tall moor grass, is native to the British Isles. It forms mounds of bright green slender foliage, which take on yellow/brown tints in autumn before dying down. In summer huge upright green panicles erupt from the clump, which develop airy seedheads that last well in to autumn.
‘Transparent’ bears transparent flowers covered with tiny brown beads. As the year progresses the whole seedhead darkens, making for beautiful architectural displays in autumn.
Bronze & Brown
Moist But Well-Drained, Wet, Heavy & Poorly Drained
Full Sun, Part Shade
|SEASON OF INTEREST||
Late Summer – July & August, Early Autumn – September, Late Autumn – October