Miscanthus Adagio Eulalia Grass
Major Award Winner
Adagio Eulalia Grass, Miscanthus sinensis, brings 4 seasons of ornamental value. In spring and summer its graceful leave blades arch outward creating a beautiful rounded form with a fountain appearance. Its grey green leaves bladed have silvery midribs adding even more architectural interest to the garden. Late summer brings its pink feathery 8-10″ blossoms that turn beige by mid fall. Its flowers and foliage both retain its beautiful arching shape bringing ornamental interest throughout winter. Snow enhances its winter beauty.
Excellent mixed in a perennial garden to add contrasting texture to large-leafed plants, used as a specimen, and for screening or as a hedge.
Adagio matures into an attractive landscape plant 3-4′ tall and wide. It thrives in hot sun. Deer resistant.
Plant in full sun. Cut back in late winter or very early spring.
Designated a Missouri Botanical Garden’s Plant of Merit for its outstanding qualities.