"Unlike acutiflora varieties, Korean Feather Reed is a warm season grass blooming late summer. Its large bottle brush plumes emerge with a wonderful pink tint which change to cream late summer/early fall and finally to tan for winter interest. This variety is also more tolerant of shade compared to other Calamagrostis."
— Janet Starkson
Calamagrostis arundinacea 'brachytricha'
Feather Reed Grass
Plant Type: Grasses
Medium green clumping grass with a more open form; tall stems with fluffy bottle-brush like plumes gracefully arch from the clump, plumes open slightly pink and dry to a bronze hue, tolerates moist locations.
- Medium green leaves
- Upright clumps
- Cool season grass, one of the first to emerge
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Common Name: Feather Reed Grass
Strong vertical effect with showy summer plumes and attractive winter seed heads. Prefers moist soils and full sun.
Characteristics & Attributes
Soil Moisture Needs
Season of Interest (Flowering)
Season of Interest (Foliage)