Milium Yaffle

£12.55

Attractive selection of the native wood millet, Milium effusum, having distinctive mid green leaves with a narrow golden yellow central line. Golden yellow flowers in spring held high above the foliage. Best with some shade but can tolerate more open positions. Soil not too wet. Height; 50cm – 60cm.

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Pot Size

2 Litre

How many plants will I need?

5 -7 Plants Per Square Metre

Description

These ornamental grasses are Deciduous: Cut back stems close to ground level from late February through to the end of March. Cut stems can be left on border as natural mulch or composted.

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