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Hakonechloa Macra Nicolas

Hakonechloa Hakonechloa Macra ‘Nicolas’
Position: prefers a cool moist environment in sun or part shade
Soil: moist humus-rich soil
Rate of growth: slow non-invasive
Flowering period: August – September
Hardiness: fully hardy

Hakonechloas are one of the most beautiful of the low growing grasses. They form gently arching mounds of foliage which are good for adding movement and softness and look particularly good when partnered with things that have a strong structural silhouette such as clipped box. They are also useful for softening the edges of a path or spilling over the rim of a pot. Unlike many of the other forms the green foliage of ‘Nicolas’ takes on beautiful autumn colour before it dies back becoming flushed with flame orange and red as the temperatures start to dip. This looks really effective particularly when they are planted in big clumps or drifts....

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