Hakonechloa 'All Gold' Description
AVAILABLE EARLY APRIL 2020!
Hakonechloa All Gold is a striking shade groundcover providing 3 seasons of interest in the woodland garden.
Slender arching stems have bright gold-yellow leaves that stay attractive from spring thru fall as along as it receives ample moisture. Leaf color will vary depending on light.
There are so many great garden design opportunities with Hakone Grass such as pairing with darker leaf Heucheras, bold leafed Hostas, or a foreground planting to Hydrangeas.
Hakonechloa grows extremely well in rich, moisture retentive soil. In cooler temperatures it often can grow taller and wider.
In warmer temperatures in may not grow as big. Water frequently, especially the first year. It will also grow well in containers if given sufficient moisture.
Special features: Deer resistant, Foliage interest, Moisture tolerant, Multi-seasonal interest, Season extender
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- Botanical name:
Hakonechloa macra 'All Gold'
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- Sun exposure:
Shade, Part shade
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- Height x width:
12-18" X 18"
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Accent, Border, Container, Ground cover, Massing, Small spaces, Under planting, Waterside, Woodland
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Soil: Prefers humus-rich, well-drained soil. Dislikes poorly drained, heavy clay or very dry soils.
Light: Part shade - shade -- Full hot sun tends to scorch the foliage
Water: Needs regular watering - weekly, or more often in extreme heat.
Spacing: 18 - 24 inches
Fertilizing: Hakonechloa doesn't need supplemental fertilizing in good soils but if you do fertilize, wait until after the first blush of growth in spring.
Winterizing: In northern zones (5 and 6), mulch with 2 ft of fall leaves, or pine bough branches. In southern growing zones mulch is not necessary.
Maintenance & pruning: Prune back old foliage in late fall, or before new leaves emerge in spring. Divide every 2 to 3 years in spring. Older plants can be dug up and cut in half for quick propagation.
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