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  • Blue Joint Grass is hardy in the winter and spreads quickly.
Blue Joint Grass  makes a beautiful yard plant.

    Blue Jointed Grass


    Blue joint grass is perennial and has tufted or dense culms between 2 and 5 feet tall.  The grass is also known as Bluejoint or Bluejoint Reedgrass. In some areas, blue joint grass looks much like bunchgrass. In areas where the grass grows often,...

  • Broome Sedge can grow between two and four feet tall.
Broom sedge can tolerate various soil types.

    Broom Sedge


    Broom Sedge  Broom Sedge thrives in zones 3 through 9.  The plant is commonly seen in the northern states, such as Montana, North Dakota, and Pennsylvania. However, the plant can be seen as far south as Nevada's lower areas and the eastern...

  • Carex Appalachian should be planted in part or entirely shaded areas in dry, neutral soil to grow best. Carex Appalachian should be planted in part or entirely shaded areas in dry, neutral soil to grow best.

    Carex Appalachian


    Appalachian Sedge- Carex Appalachia is a low maintenance plant Appalachian sedge is a native to the United States. The graceful sedge is perfect for growing on masses, slopes, or as a lawn alternative. Appalachian sedge is a fine textures sedge first...

  • Carex Pennsylvanica often grow in a creeping manner around oak trees.  Carex Pennsylvanica  is easy to grow and low maintenance.

    Carex Pennsylvanica


    Carex Pennsylvanica - Pennsylvania Sedge Plugs Growing Guide  This sedge plant makes an excellent addition to garden spaces where it is difficult to get other plants to grow. Because it is used to filling in shady or forest floor areas naturally,...

  • Cherokee Sedge transitions into an immense amount of wheat like seed clusters.
Cherokee sedge, is a species of flowering plant in the sedge family.

    Cherokee Sedge


      The Cherokee Sedge has become well-known among gardening hobbyists as a pendulous flower with attractive growth and solid seed combinations.  If you are looking to grow this flower for your next project, here is some of the extra...

  • Common Spikerush  is typically found in lowland tropical wetlands
Common spikerush is best suited in Hardy zones 4-9

    Common Spike Rush


    Common Spikerush is also known as Creeping Spikerush or Club Rush.  Spikerush is a member of the Evergreen family. Hardy Planting Zone Spikerush will do well in aquatic or bog-type gardens or by bodies of water.  It’s a hardy plant...

  • Goldenrod Plant  grow between 1 1/2 to 5 feet tall.
Goldenrod Plants grow best in full sun.

    Goldenrod Plant


    Goldenrods grow in abundance during summer.  The plants are topped with pillowy yellow blooms, and the flower is classified as a weed in some gardens since it grows so aggressively. Goldenrods have several uses. The plant is a safe covering for...

  • Green bulrush plant grows best Wetlands and wet soil
Green bulrush plant grows best Wetlands and wet soil

    Green Bulrush


    The hardy plant zone for the Green Bulrush is 3-9.  It is a perennial that produces fibrous roots that make it great for land cover. It is native to North America and is part of the grass family. Predominantly, it is found in Newfoundland,...

  • Hardstem bulrush is a perennial,  wetland plant .
Hardstem Bulrush is found at low to mid elevations in marshes and lakes.

    Hard Stem Bulrush


    Hard Stem Bulrush   The Hard Stem Bulrush is a perennial robustly rhizomatous obligate wetland plant. It reproduces itself by seed and disperses through water and wind while forming dense colonies that establish germinate bare, moist soil. It...

  • Indian Grass s is frequently used to offset other, more vibrant additions to gardens. Indian Grass  will re-seed, and it is liked by many grazing animals, which may be a consideration for those who have deer or rabbits in their area.

    Indian Grass


    Indian Grass grows in zones 4 through 9 Indian grass, Sorghastrum nutans, is a North American prairie grass found in the central United States. Starting from the southernmost state of Texas to the easternmost state of Kansas and North Dakota, and the...

  • Lizards Tail is a herbaceous perennial.
Lizards Tail is a herbaceous perennial.

    Lizard's Tail Plant


    Lizard's tail, also known as breast weed, needs full or partial shade to thrive and does best in wet or moist soil.  These plants are aquatic and need lots of water, so it's best to plant them near a lake or river.    Lizard's tail...

  • Orchard grass is a bunch-type perennial grass.

Orchard grass can be used for hay or pasture feeds.

    Orchard Grass


    Hardy Planting Zone – USDA zones 3 through 9 Bloom Season – Spring Bloom Color – Green Height at Maturity – 18” inches tall Soil Type Preferred – Clay soil, loamy soil, acidic soil Sun or...