BLUE JOINT GRASS - CALAMAGROSTIS CANADANSIS
Blue Joint Grass
Blue joint grass is also referred to as Calamagrostis canadensis. Blue Joint grass can be found in many forest types areas as well as tundras. It has a typical height of about 60 centimeters. It is also important to note that it is a palatable food plant for livestock and wild grazing animals. Blue Joint Grass is excellent to use around lakes and ponds and will help with soil erosion. It is exceptional in areas where the soil is continuously moist, and erosion problems exist and will help at stabilizing stream banks.
Native grass is great for walkways and border areas. The seeds are pinkish green, and the growing season is in the fall. It blooms from spring through summer and add a lot of colors. Birds will be attracted to this plant as well. Wetland Grass likes full sunlight and moist to normal soil conditions. It will grow very quickly and can grow fast in the first year of planting.
Blue joint is an effective decorative grass even without considering its ability to retain soil, especially when it is loaded with seeds. Consider it a utility grass that can perform in different roles and do them well. It works best in places where you have a lot of land to work with. Climate Zone: 3 to 4 Mature Height: 3 to 5 feet Mature Width: up to 3 feet Sunlight: Full Sun Ships As: Bareroot Plant