Broomsedge

$12.99

ANDROPOGON VIRGINICUS - BROOM SEDGE

Broomsedge is called a sedge, but is truly a native grass. When fully grown sedges will change from a green blending into a reddish-brown clump that will look like a broom. Sedges will seemingly grow just about anywhere and will have a large grey and brown trunk. Since it is drought resistant sedges are perfect for hot and humid states. It will grow the most in the cold winter months but will die down in the spring. Sedges will flourish even in dry soil with sunlight. It's seeds sit high on top and is often missed until the sunlight shines on the white seeds. Broomsedge is an aesthetically pleasing perennial grass that makes for a subtle addition to any garden. In the fall, the plant prepares for winter dormancy, and its pale green foliage turns a stunning reddish orange. The splash of color adds an exciting accent to any landscape during the dreary winter months. The grass is very popular on golf courses because the durability the density of its culms make for good “rough” alongside fairways. In a garden, rows of the grass can be planted to create a natural boundary or highlight existing flower beds. Climate Zone: 4 to 6 Mature Height: 2 to 3 feet Mature Width: 1 to 2 feet Sunlight: Partial Shade to Full Sun Ships As: Bareroot Plant

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ANDROPOGON VIRGINICUS - BROOM SEDGE

Broomsedge is called a sedge, but is truly a native grass. When fully grown sedges will change from a green blending into a reddish-brown clump that will look like a broom. Sedges will seemingly grow just about anywhere and will have a large grey and brown trunk. Since it is drought resistant sedges are perfect for hot and humid states. It will grow the most in the cold winter months but will die down in the spring. Sedges will flourish even in dry soil with sunlight. It's seeds sit high on top and is often missed until the sunlight shines on the white seeds. Broomsedge is an aesthetically pleasing perennial grass that makes for a subtle addition to any garden. In the fall, the plant prepares for winter dormancy, and its pale green foliage turns a stunning reddish orange. The splash of color adds an exciting accent to any landscape during the dreary winter months. The grass is very popular on golf courses because the durability the density of its culms make for good “rough” alongside fairways. In a garden, rows of the grass can be planted to create a natural boundary or highlight existing flower beds. Climate Zone: 4 to 6 Mature Height: 2 to 3 feet Mature Width: 1 to 2 feet Sunlight: Partial Shade to Full Sun Ships As: Bareroot Plant

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