|200 seeds 020004||£1.95||In stock||
Briza maxima is a beautiful grass with thin stems, hung with pale green flowers that look like rain drops as they catch the light.
It's brilliant for arrangements in a dark room or a church. The drops act like mirrors and reflect the light. This will self-sow.
|Common Name||Greater Quaking Grass, Pearl grass, Briza major|
|Soil Type||Fertile, Neutral|
|Spacing||Spreads to 50cm (20in), thin to 20-30cm (8-12in)|
|Sowing, Seeds, Planting||Sow direct April-May and/or late August-September. Sow under cover February-March.|
|Care Tips||This will self sow. This is a cut-and-come-again variety.|
|Flowering||May - August, 12 weeks from spring sowing.|
|Vase Life||Several weeks, will dry.|
|Harvesting||Flower production: 10-12 weeks.|
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Briza maxima (Greater quaking grass) reviews
Beware of Self Seeding
Reviewed 16th June 2014 by pjroche
Really pretty grass but make sure you have plenty of room as they self sow PROLIFICALLY and thickly. 3 or 4 seedlings have now covered an area about 2m sqr!