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Discussion in 'Nurseries and Growers' started by akgarrett62, Jul 16, 2008.
or if not, can you tell me what the name is possibly? thanks.
I would say the 2 bigs ones on the bottom are Miscanthus sinensis `Strictus' or Zebra Grass. Not sure on the others but more help will come.
I suspect they are all different sorts of Miscanthus. Lemon grass is tallish (3'-4', depending on climate), very thinly-bladed with a distinct midrib, and fresh foliage is gray-green. Also, a quick crush test will make it a no-brainer.