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Reedgrass - 100 Plugs

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Reedgrass

Reedgrass is a popular ornamental grass used for ground cover and accent plantings. Reed grass forms dense, thick, soft mats of green foliage with flowering stems that rise into the air throughout the growing season. Reed grass is one of the most diverse types of ornamental grasses, with over 15 species.

Reedgrass is a perennial grass that grows in wetlands and marshes. It can also be found in meadows, pastures, and along roadsides. Reedgrass is native to Australia and Asia, but this grass has been introduced to North America, where it was used for erosion control. It can grow in many conditions, including sandy soils and poor drainage. Reedgrass grows in USDA Zones 3 through 9.

What Are the Other Names for Reedgrass?

Many names, including know it.

  • Wheat-grass
  • Dallisgrass
  • Goat grass

Reedgrass Is Easy To Love

Reedgrass is easy to grow from seed and will tolerate a wide range of soil types. The seeds of reedgrass should be planted directly in the ground where they are to grow. The plants will tolerate both full sun and partial shade but produce better growth when exposed to at least six hours of sunlight each day during summer. The seeds need only be planted about 1 inch deep and should germinate within two weeks of planting if the soil is kept moist throughout this period. Once germination occurs, you should thin out any plants growing too close together so that each plant has plenty of room for healthy growth.

The Lovely Appearance of Reedgrass

The leaves of the reed grass are long and narrow with pointed tips. They are up to 2 feet long and grow opposite each other on the stem, resembling grass blades. The stems are usually hollow except at the top, where they branch out into clusters of flowers that produce seeds with silky hairs like those of bamboo plants.

Reed grass is a beautiful ornamental grass that combines with other grasses

Reed grass is not the fastest growing, but regular fertilizer can help. This plant is excellent in sunny areas due to its ability to tolerate hot and dry weather. While it can be grown in wetter conditions, drainage is best to minimize issues from standing water.