Long, slender, green blades with white midribs that take on spectacular fall color reach up to 6' by the end of summer to be topped off with fluffy, pink to beige flowers. Scout is an infertile variety from the University of Georgia.
Plant in full sun to part shade. Cut back in late winter close to ground; if needed, divide in early spring before new growth emerges. Fertilize in early spring with organic fertilizer.