- Flower nameHakonechloa macra
- Scientific nameHakonechloa macra
- Alias風知草, Hakonechloa macra
- Place of originJapan
- Place of flowering
- Flowering seasonAugust, September, October
What is Hakonechloa macra
Japanese forest grass (sientific name: Hakonechloa macra) is a Japanese endemic species called "Uraha-gusa", a perennial grass of the gramineous family. It is the origin of the name that the leaves are turned back. From summer to autumn, the stalk is stalked out, and the panicles are stretched from the tip to have yellowish green spikelets.
Common name:Japanese forest grass, sientific name: Hakonechloa macra, plant height: 70 cm, Use: ornamental leaf plant.