can you identify this grass??????

akaj9(9 Central Florida)January 1, 2012

I got it from a vacant lot some one had dumped it on(you could tell it had been potted)...it grew in water there and survived so I wanted it! It now stands 6 1/2 feet tall easily with plumes higher....It remineds me of a sugarcane...but it isn't that thick...

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nil13(z21 L.A., CA (Mt. Washington))

Looks like it could be Miscanthus giganteus.

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