Monday, December 5, 2011


hakonechloa grass in late November

Our hakonechloa (Hakonechloa macra ‘Aureola) grasses started out as about a dozen little plugs of grass several years ago—a good investment of about 4 or 5 pots that were divided and spread out on this walkway. They looked a little thin at first, but look at them now! Even in fall after they've lost their magnificent golden summer glow, they look smashing. They get an annual haircut each fall using the lawnmower, and they come back each spring—sensually flowing in the summer breezes.

hakonechloa grass in summer

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