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A monotypic genus of deciduous perennial grass in the Poaceae family native to Eastern Asia where it grows in shady forest habitats. The single species, H. macra, commonly known as Hakone grass or Japanese forest grass is a slow-growing compact clump-forming plant with tufts of narrow papery bamboo-like leaves and airy panicles of flower spikelets in late Summer and Autumn. It is grown as a garden ornamental and there are many cultivars available bred for colourful or variegated foliage.
How to propagate Hakonechloa
Seed in spring or autumn.
By division in autumn; however forms should be propagated by division only.