Hardy Sugar Cane

The hardy sugar cane gives a garden a tropical accent.
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The handsome gray-green foliage provides a wonderful tropical feel and vertical accent to the garden. The effect is heightened in fall when flower panicles are produced in large numbers and tower to as much as 15 feet. The plumes begin as soft pink, open to silver and look great through the winter.

Hardy sugar cane performs well down to USDA Zone 6.

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