Chinese reed – Miscanthus sinensis "Strictus"

Grasses – lightness for the garden

Autumn celebration with a lecture on grasses at 3 p.m.
Grasses in all sizes, for sun or shade, can decorate flower beds or pots.
23.09.2023, 10:00

Garden & Park, Workshop, Literature & knowledge
Staudengärtnerei Extragrün

At the autumn celebration, the nursery team presents new grasses and grass varieties from the assortment which have yet to become well-known and are suitable for planting later in the year. Fitting the season, the topic of planting bulbs will be covered as well.
Grasses are a must-have in the garden to ensure attractive views troughout the latter half of the gardening season. The delicate blades and feathery flowers of silver grass, fountain grass and many others perfectly complement the tall and colorful perennials usually dominating the autumnal border. And far into the winter month the clumps and seed heads remain beautiful eye-catchers.

There will be a lecture at 3 p.m.: "Grasses – lightness for the garden":
The lecture will also cover the fact, that autumn is not the best time to plant most grasses. The actual best time for planting as well as the necessary maintenance throughout the year will be explained as well as the many possible uses for grasses in the garden.


Staudengärtnerei Extragrün

Am Anger 6
85356 Freising

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This event is free of charge.

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    10:00 – 17:00

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Chinese reed – Miscanthus sinensis "Strictus"
Chinese reed – Miscanthus sinensis "Strictus" © Staudengärtnerei Extragrün
View into the perennial quarters
View into the perennial quarters © Staudengärtnerei Extragrün


Staudengärtnerei Extragrün

On the outskirts of Freising, an assortment of over 2000 species and varieties is cultivated in the Staudengärtnerei Extragrün: Flowering perennials such as daylilies and peonies, foliage ornamentals, grasses, ferns, prairie perennials, perennial herbs, water plants, native wild perennials and rarities. The perennials are hardy and insect-friendly – expert advice is also available.