Hakonechloa macra | Japanese Forest Grass
Foliage rises from roots on thin wiry stalks with flowers that bloom in midsummer from leaf nodes near the ends of the stalks. The flowers are light purple fading to tan then dropping off over the course of several weeks. Prefers even moisture and average humidity but can tolerate minor dry spells.
Exposure: Full Sun Bloom Time: Valued for Foliage Height x Width: 24-36" x 24-36" Hardiness: -29°C to -23°C USDA Zone: 5