Pennisetum alopecuroides 'Little Bunny' has the family name 'Poaceae'. The Dutch name is Lampenpoetsersgras
Family name: Poaceae
Common name: Lampshine grass
(Flowering) color: Purple violet, green
Flowering month (s): July August and September
Height in cm: 0 to 50 cm
Lampshine grass or brush spring grass. Graceful overhanging leaves. Bottles Brush-like inflorescences on tall, curving stems from summer to fall. Suitable as a solitary. If necessary, provide manure and water. The Pennisetum alopecuroides blooms from September with brown, purple, cylindrical spike plumes. Excellent for flower arrangements. This grass also gives a beautiful winter silhouette in winter. Gets 50 centimeters high. These North American grasses are typical of open plains. So a lot of light is important. Can be cut to the ground in April (or even better: burned down).
Our permanent grower for the grasses is a grower who considers sustainable cultivation of paramount importance. They are MPS A + / SQ / GAP certified
MPS A + stands for: MPS Natural Protected. (A + is the strictest version)
MPS Natural Protected is an MPS-A or MPS-A + qualification in combination with plant protection products that are only allowed in EKO cultivation. It is a unique standard in the world and is a measure of the extent to which business operations are environmentally friendly .
SQ stands for: MPS Socially Qualified (SQ)
Contains requirements in the field of health, safety and working conditions.
MPS GAP stands for: MPS-GAP have formulated requirements for production in the areas of: Traceability, environment, safety and hygiene. MPS-GAP is the next step after MPS-ABC on the road to sustainability.