Hakonechloa macra ‘Aureola’
Has received the RHS Award of Garden Merit.

Common Name : golden hakonechloaType : Grass-likeHabit : TuftedFoliage : DeciduousHeight : 0.1-0.5 metresSpread : 0.5-1 metresHardiness : H7
Hardy in the severest European continental climates < -20°
Sunlight : Part Shade / Full ShadeMoisture : Moist but well-drainedSoil : Acid / Neutral / AlkalineSeason of interest : Summer - Autumn

Hakonechloa is a deciduous perennial grass forming a compact tuft of arching stems bearing linear leaves, with arching flower panicles in late summer and autumn. ‘Aureola’ is a neat, clump-forming deciduous grass to 30cm, with narrow, arching, green-striped, bright yellow leaves, often reddish-tinged in autumn and early winter. Flowers insignificant.

See http://www.gpnmag.com/article/hakonechloa-macra-aureola/


C13

2017.- Planted 3 specimens in the West border.

See on garden plan