All Gold Japanese Forest Grasses Remerge - First Spring - April 2021
This post is another in the series of documenting the Spring re-emergence of the various plants that I bought at last Fall's Morton Arboretum Plant Sale. I first shared photos of the trio of Twinkle Toes Lungwort that emerged first in mid-March. Yesterday, I posted some photos of the Chocoholic Black Snakeroot that has some lovely lacy leaves that are standing on top of purple stems in this first Spring.
Today, I'm posting a photo (below) about the All Gold Japanese Forest Grasses that I planted in the backyard around the Tree Swing Oak tree. Formally named Hakonechloa macra "All Gold", there are six of these planted (mostly) in a drift between the tree and the fenceline interplanted with some hostas.
Here's one of them peeking thru the mulch (and the wood chips that I added in late Fall):