HAKONECHLOA MACRA ‘ALLGOLD’ – JAPANESE FOREST GRASSSPECIAL TYPES
It is one of the most spectacular reeds of Poaceae family. It is a species with yellow and white variegated, pointed and lanceolate leaves. Best grown in humus, constantly moist, well-drained soils. Especially in hot summer climates, can grow in full shade areas. Best growth occurs in climates with cool summer temperatures. Plant leaves may burn in full sun areas and may lose color intensity in full shade (especially in variegated leaf varieties). Propagated by rhizomes of lumps, but is not considered invasive. Mulch is recommended in winter.
USE IN LANDSCAPE
It has become a widely used species in recent years due to its resistance to drought, low maintenance and shade survival. The only drawback is that it is a heavy grower. It is a plant used especially in arid landscaping applications, it is recommended to make mulch in the winter. When used in bulk, a beautiful plant heap design will emerge.