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Blue Joint Grass - 100 Plugs

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Carole Riley
Blue Joint Grass

I have this grown in my mini manmade pond in my farm. So lovely to see this grow.

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Stacy Hampton
Blue Joint Grass

This is a wonderful addition to our lake.

Blue Joint Gass

Is a species of the Poaceae family with several distinct common names, including blue joint, marsh reedgrass, Canadian reedgrass, meadow pinegrass, and marsh pinegrass.

This grass has extensive distribution in Canada and the United States, found in all 48 lower states and even Alaska in some form or another. The blue joint grass is a perennial species not sought after by most wildlife due to its lack of cover for protection and food sources.

This plant can live in distinct biomes such as the tundra, the boreal forest, deciduous and temperate forests, tropical rainforests, etc.

Blue Joint Grass blooms in the late Spring months, sometimes early in the Summer

Depending on the location, attractive green-pink seeds are occasionally used for various ornamental purposes. The plants can grow four feet in height and require partial but preferably complete sun exposure.

The primary USDA zones listed for blue joint grass growth are zones 3-6 but are typically found in a much broader range and distribution. This grass species does not grow in too dense a formation, with two to three feet spacing between distinct, individual clumps of grass. The soil requirement for blue joint grass is moist, so an area with moderate rainfall would supply the most optimal growth conditions and total sunlight exposure.

Blue Joint Grass grows Exponentially in Areas exposed to Recent Oil Spills, making it a Hardy Plant capable of Stabilizing the Soil Content in Wet Soils.

One of its most common uses is as a palatable food source for grazing livestock in an agricultural setting. This plant also has rhizomes that produce flowers of a purplish color. The plant also stands up well during the harsh winter. This plant grows best in wetland areas with wet or somewhat moist soil.

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