The underground stem is short, thick, much branched, the leaves are wide lanceolate, the panicle is terminal, spike is broom like, and the flowering and fruiting period is from September to December. Its leaves are gathered at the base, long and chivalrous, with fine teeth on the side, large panicles, feathery and silvery white.
Uruguayan pampas grass
Uruguayan pampas grass is a perennial plant with a height of 2-3 meters, dioecious, tall and strong culms and narrow leaves. It is not strict with soil requirements, very easy to raise, extensive management, can overwinter in the open field, this plant withers in winter and sprouts in spring.
Although there are not many flowers in the park in this season, among the green vegetation, those who are standing by the river and beside the stones are surrounded by trees, The tufts of Uruguayan pampas grass on the edge of the pavilion are so graceful, and the clusters of numerous silver white large panicles are as graceful as a simple girl. If it hadn’t been for planting some Uruguayan pampas in Huaihai park Grass, they combine with the environmental facilities very beautifully, into the surrounding green atmosphere, which makes me like them.
Miscanthus is generally very tall, but the branches and stems are strong, and in autumn, it will produce light pink flower spikes, which sway with the wind. Carex
This is a very popular plant in the flower garden recently, because it is not high, and it has bright colors, and most of them have stripes.
Florescence of two plants
The flowering period of Uruguayan pampas grass is from September to October, while that of common reed is from August to December. Conclusion: through this article, we all know the difference between the language of flowers, common reed and Uruguayan pampas grass.
Uroguayan pampas grass is clumsy, dioecious, 2-3 m high; its leaves are mostly clustered at the base; the leaf blade is hard and narrow, and the edge is serrated and rough; the panicle is large and dense, silvery white to pink; the female inflorescence is wider, the male inflorescence is narrow, the glume is thin, slender, white, and the top of lemma extends and grows into a thin awn. In spring, they choose plants with strong growth and no diseases and insect pests, dig out some underground rhizomes, carefully prepare and dig ditches in loose and fertile soil with good air permeability, bury the rhizomes in the ditch, cover the soil and then pour water.