"My Belle de Boskoop apple tree arrived safe and well and I am delighted with it. It was very well protected for its journey and is now planted in the ground."
- Liz Heydon
An easy growing grass for sunny spots. Striking deep purple flowers on arching spikes appear from soft green grassy foliage. Makes a small to medium sized clump
Wonderful in spring when the whole plant, leaves stems and flowers are a gorgeous gamboge-yellow.
Makes large clumps of tall bamboo like grass with the desired swish in the breeze. Turning parchment colours in autumn
The parent of many named forms, the original however produces large tall clumps often to 6ft of wiry erect stems, does not always produce flowers
A rather pleasing form, so named because of the attractive series of gold coloured bands that run up the leaf. Makes a compact relatively short leaved clump. Ideal for the smaller garden or where space is limited.
Distinctive very narrow leaves giving a very graceful effect. Very effective when used to break up solid clumps of planting.
Lovely variegated foliage a series of horizontal gold bands on arching foliage. Makes a compact short growing clump. Also known as 'Little Nicky'
This lovely tall erect grass has good green foliage with a central band of silver. Makes a superb bold statement in any planting scheme.
Thin green and white arching leaves, quite stunning in autumn as the flower heads appear, well worth making space for
A very free flowering form with tall arching silvery plumes set amongst the usual bold green foilage
Similar to M. sin. Zebrinus with horizontal creamy yellow bands all the way up the leaf but with a hint of pink, also stiffer in outline
Upright growth and prettily striped with white for whole length of the leaf. Introduced aroun the 1870's
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