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Little Miss Maiden Grass

Miscanthus sinensis ‘Little Miss' (PP# 28,849)

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Little Miss Maiden Grass

Miscanthus sinensis ‘Little Miss' (PP# 28,849)

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Botanical Name

Miscanthus sinensis ‘Little Miss' (PP# 28,849)

Outdoor Growing zone

5-9

Mature Height

2-3

Mature Width

2-3

Sun needs

Full Sun

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AK, CA, HI, PR

Little Miss Maiden Grass is a newer variety that is a color breakthrough. The leaves begin green and then turn first pink and purple, before turning bright carmine-red in fall. Much smaller than most other maiden grasses, it rises in a fountain just 2 feet tall, adding another foot when in bloom, and arches out about 3 feet across. It’s small size makes it perfect for smaller gardens or smaller spaces, or to mass-plant along paths and at the front of beds. Grow it among rocks and gravel, by water or among shrubs and perennial flowers. It looks beautiful everywhere, and it’s very easy to grow.

  • Leaves turn from green to pink, purple and carmine-red
  • Arching fountain of slender leaves just 2 feet tall
  • Burgundy-pink flower spikes in late summer and fall
  • Easily grown and totally non-invasive
  • Totally resistant to deer and rabbits

It is best to plant Little Miss Maiden Grass in full sun, to bring out the strongest leaf coloring. It grows well in all well-drained soils, including sandy soil and by the seaside – it’s salt resistant and drought resistant too, once established. It isn’t bothered by deer, rabbits, pests or diseases, and it takes just one quick job a year to keep it perfect. Cut it down to a few inches tall anytime between late fall and early spring. This ‘warm season’ grass will be show to sprout in spring.

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