The mirror opposite to the Cabaret – its leaves are green in the middle and white on the edges.
The Cosmopolitan’s leaves are not as uniform as those of the Cabaret – they are mostly green down the centre, but this can be broken up by streaks of white. Its flowers (which bloom in the autumn) are also slightly different – more orange than the Cabaret’s pink.
Ornamental Grasses are chosen for their decorative qualities and whether used indoors or outdoors, they can bring a striking diversity to your garden. From round shrubs to tall walls of quivering spikes, ornamental grasses bring new shapes and textures that will contrast against the twisted roots of trees and the blooms of traditional plants and flowers. They are also becoming increasingly popular due to their hardiness against the British weather and their ability to hold their colour through autumn and winter.