What is Miscanthus sinensis
Miscanthus sinensis or susuki (scientific name: Miscanthus sinensis) is a cold-resistant perennial grass in the family Poaceae native to Japan, China and other East Asian countries. It. It grows wild in the fields and mountains across Japan and is a typical autumnal scene. It has been selected as one of the seven autumnal flowers and sometimes creates a melancholy atmosphere. A non-native species, , is gaining strength and has invaded the habitat of the Miscanthus and is multiplying heavily. The language of flowers is "vitality, heart-to-heart".
Common name: Miscanthus sinensis, sinensis, scientific name: Miscanthus, alias: susuki, Obana, Kaya, origin: Japan, China and other East Asian countries, environment: flatland, mountainous region, grass height: 100-200 cm, leaf shape: linear, leaf color: green Leaf margin: toothed, flower color: light brown, ear diameter: 0.5-0.7 cm, inflorescence height: 25-30 cm, flowering season: September-November.