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Matteuccia struthiopteris

Native. Perfect vase-shaped form is created by erect 2-6' fronds. Yellowish-green fronds develop from erect crown. This fern spreads readily by underground runners. Prefers moist, rich soil although lighter soils will suffice. Z 2-6.

1.5 gal
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Mazus reptans

This hardy species has lilac-purple flowers that contrasts against the green, toothed leaves. Flowers occur during late spring. 1-2" ht. Z 3-10.

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Mazus reptans 'Albus'

White flowering form of the species.

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Miscanthus 'Purpurascens'

Fine textured grass with graceful, upright, arching habit. Red-orange tones in fall and silvery plume add striking color to the landscape. To 5' with plumes. Rarely self-sows. Z 4.

2 gal
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Miscanthus sinensis 'Adagio'

Great, dwarf miscanthus growing to 3'/ 4' with plumes. Narrow, silver-gray foliage turns yellow in fall. Z 6.

2 gal
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Miscanthus sinensis 'Dixieland'

A dwarf, compact form with green and white stripes suitable for smaller gardens and containers. Silky pink plumes develop in fall. Drought tolerant when established but prefers average moisture and sunny sites. 3-4' h x 3' w. Z 5-9.

2 gal
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Miscanthus sinensis 'Gracillimus'

Most common and well-known Miscanthus. Fine-textured grass with copper-red plumes developing during fall. 6' ht/ 7' in flower. Z 5.

2 gal
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Miscanthus sinensis 'Gracillimus'

Most common and well-known Miscanthus. Fine-textured grass with copper-red plumes developing during fall. 6' ht/ 7' in flower. Z 5.

5 gal
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Miscanthus sinensis 'Little Zebra'PP 13008

Compact with more numerous gold bars compared to M. Zebrinus. Reddish-purple plumes are held 1' above the foliage turning creamy-tan during winter. Provide full sun to part shade and average to consistent moisture. 3-4' h x 2-3' w. Z 5-9.

2 gal
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Miscanthus sinensis 'Morning Light'

Fine blades with distinct white variegation along edge. Tolerates light shade. Rarely self-sows due to flowers forming later in the fall. 4-5' ht/ 6' in flower. Z 5.

5 gal
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