Backlight through 'Morning Light'

Isn’t miscanthus sinensis ‘Morning Light’ stunning with a backlight of sunlight in winter! It’s a clump forming perennial grass growing to a height and spread of approximately 3ft x 3ft and although deciduous, the flowering stems can be left in situ and enjoyed over our colder months – they look magical when touched by frost. In February new stems will start to grow and so the old growth should then be cut back to the ground.

Becky at the Life of B‘s #JanuaryLight square photo challenge continues and is well worth a visit to see the imaginative postings she has encouraged!

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