Commonly called Hakone grass that is native to both moist mountain areas including wet rocky cliffs and moist woodland areas in central Japan, including areas around Mt. Hakone from which both its genus name and common name are derived. Slender, bright green, softly flowing leaves form a flowing mound shape that's very attractive in borders and the garden. In late summer, green blades develop red streaks that progress to deep red, orange and gold in late fall. Deer tend to avoid. Zone 5 - 9. Height 2 - 3 feet.
30 BENI KAZI JAPANESE FOREST GRASS SEEDS - Hakonechioa macra 'Beni-kaze' - B079RB9R9W