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  • Eve Costeira

    'Nicolas' Japanese Forest Grass - Hakonechloa - Shade Lover - 4" Pot by Hirts: Perennials; Shade. $5.99. The starter plant you will receive is growing in a 2" x 3" pot. Grows best in Partial Shade or Shade. Hardy in zones 5-9. The colder it is, the more color you get. Forms a compact, flowing mound. Excellent fall color sets this new cultivar apart from other grasses. The solid green foliage becomes flushed with orange and red tones in fall. The color is most pron...

  • S. Gadd

    Hakonechloa macra 'Nicolas' Hakone grass.One of the most gorgeous of ornamental grasses, also one of the few that prefers shady sites. Excellent fall color sets this apart from other varieties. Green leaves become flushed with orange and red tones in cooler autumn weather. Cascades over walls, rocks or the edge of containers. A slow grower that will not overtake its neighbours.Partial Shade- Full Shade. Sandy or Clay. Zone 5-9

  • SkeeterBee Goods

    Great fall color: Nicolas Hakonechloa macra Hakone Grass Plant

  • Patricia Reed

    Shade lover, zone 5-9-gotta get me some of this for my shade garden

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