Korean Feather Reed Grass is rarely seen in Australia and I have at last a small batch to sell. It is a summer growing species to 1metre or so tall with a neat clump of foliage which turns yellow before dying down in the autumn. It is how ever the fluffy flower plumes that will make you want to grow this grass. They are a soft cream colour with a slight purple tone when young and fresh ageing gracefully to a soft bone colour. The flowers last well in a vase if you can bring yourself to cut them.
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Horticulturalist, nurseryman, collector, prolific writer and award-winning radio broadcaster and TV host. Owner of Dicksonia Rare Plants nursery and open garden Tugurium. ABC patron of Royal Hortocultural Society Victoria & friends of Geelong Botanic gardens President Plant Trust.