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Eulalia Japonica







A hardy perennial Giant Grass. It is very handsomeas single specimens on lawns, or used in groups on the margins of shrubberies. The flower panicles in their first stage have erect branches, but as the flowers open these curl over gracefully, resembling a Prince of Wales feather. Height, 6 ft.





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