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  • Andropogon Big Bluestem Andropogon Big Bluestem
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    Andropogon Big Bluestem

    Planting Zones 4-9
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    Andropogon Gerardii, Or The Big Bluestem, Serves As A Seasonal Eye-catcher And Excellent Forage The big bluestem, formally known as the Andropogon Gerardii, is a perennial species of tall grass native to an expanse of the Great Plains and certain...
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  • Appalachian Sedge Appalachian Sedge
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    Appalachian Sedge

    Planting Zones 3-7
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    Appalachian Sedge, Carex Appalachica is a Thick Green Beautiful Sedge Perennial Appalachian sedge (Carex Appalachia) found as far north as the Canadian provinces of Ontario and Quebec and as far south as the great American state of Georgia. People...
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  • Barnyard Grass Barnyard Grass
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    Barnyard Grass

    Planting Zones 4-9
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    Barnyard Grass, Echinochloa Is One Of The Most Common Crops Originating From Tropical Asia The common barnyard grass, also known as Echinochloa crus-Galli in formal terms, is a type of wild grass from tropical Asia classified as a type of panicum...
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  • Blue Grama Grass Blue Grama Grass
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    Blue Grama Grass

    Planting Zones 3-10
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    Blue Grama, Bouteloua Gracilis Is A Popular Option Thanks To Its Low-Growing, Drought-Tolerant Grass The blue grama formally named the Bouteloua gracilis, is a long-lived perennial grass that thrives in the warm season and is native to North...
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  • Blue Joint Grass Blue Joint Grass
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    Blue Joint Grass

    Planting Zones 2-6
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    Blue Joint Grass, Calamagrostis Canadensis Is A Perennial Grass Known For Its Longevity And Its Uses As Erosion Control And A Shoreline Stabilizer The blue joint grass, formally known as the Calamagrostis Canadensis, is a long-lived perennial grass...
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  • Broom Sedge Broom Sedge
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    Broom Sedge

    Planting Zones 5-8
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    Broom Sedge Bluestem, Andropogon Virginicus is Hardy Planting Zones 5-8 Hardy planting zones are 5-8; The growth rate is 2-feet per year; It reaches 2-3 feet in height and 6-8 inches in width. The sedge needs full sun and wets to moist soil...
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  • Bulrush Bulrush
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    Bulrush

    Planting Zones 3-9
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      Green Bulrush ,Scirpoides Holoschoenus adds a Vibrant Hue to Any Garden Setting and works Well around Water Gardens Hardy planting zones are 3-9. The growth rate is 4-foot per year. It can reach 6-8 feet in height and 4-5 feet in width. The...
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  • Bushy Bluestem Bushy Bluestem
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    Bushy Bluestem

    Planting Zones 5-9
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    Bushy Bluestem, Andropogon Glomeratus Is a Popular Ornamental Plant That Thrives Well in Damp Soil Andropogon glomeratus, commonly called bushy bluestem or bushy beard grass, is a large grass native to the southeastern United States, Mexico,...
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  • Carex Pennsylvania Carex Pennsylvania
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    Carex Pennsylvania

    Planting Zones 3-8
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    Pennsylvania Sedge, Carex Pensylvanica is a Shade-loving Perennial Plant  Carex Pennsylvania is native to eastern and central North America and is extensively variable. It is typically found on sandy soils or as a constituent of low prairies...
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  • Cherokee Sedge Cherokee Sedge
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    Cherokee Sedge

    Planting Zones 6-9
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    Cherokee Sedge Grass, Carex Cherokeensis is a Deep Green Perennial The leaves are sharp, narrow, and a deep shade of green. Sedges have hedges, and Cherokee sedge grass is no exception. They are perennial, with leaves that can grow anywhere between...
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  • Common Spikerush Common Spikerush
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    Common Spikerush

    Planting Zones 4-8
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    Common Spikerush, Eleocharis Palustris Is Known For Its High Protein Levels And Dense Root Mass The common spike rush, also known as the Eleocharis palustris, is a perennial, heavily wetland plant known for its dense root mass. With its moderately...
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  • Hardstem Bulrush Hardstem Bulrush
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    Hardstem Bulrush

    Planting Zones 4-9
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    Hardstem Bulrush, Schoenoplectus Acutus is a Long Blade Water or Swampland Grass  This plant is native to some locations in the U.S. in areas near water or swamplands. This plant grows best in zones 4 through 9. The plant has thick stems and...
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  • Indian Grass Indian Grass
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    Indian Grass

    Planting Zones 4-9
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    Indian Grass, Sorghastrum Nutans Stands Out From Other Grasses With Its Display Of Colors In An Ornamental Landscape The Indian grass, formally known as the Sorghastrum nutans in scientific terms, is a North American prairie grass usually found in...
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  • Palm Sedge Palm Sedge
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    Palm Sedge

    Planting Zones 4-7
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    Palm Sedge, Carex Muskingumensis, Mostly Grows In Nevada, But It Thrives Easily Elsewhere With Shaded Swampy Regions The palm sedge, known as the Carex Muskingumensis, is from the sedge family called Cyperaceae that thrives in the Midwestern United...
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  • Panicgrass Panicgrass
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    Panicgrass

    Planting Zones 3-9
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    Panicgrass, Panicum Is A Perennial Grass Known For Its Longevity, And It Has Several Cultivars Of Its Own  Panicgrass, also known as Panicum amarulum in formal terms, is a native, warm-season perennial grass that forms in clumps and grows...
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  • Pennsylvania Sedge Pennsylvania Sedge
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    Pennsylvania Sedge

    Planting Zones 3-8
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    Pennsylvania Sedge, Carex Pensylvanica is a Great Alternative to Grass Coverage While you can utilize the Pennsylvania sedge in strategic ways, such as up against a fence to create a border or in other areas of a garden, you can use them across the...
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  • Prairie Dropseed Prairie Dropseed
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    Prairie Dropseed

    Planting Zones 3-9
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    Prairie dropseed is a perennial bunchgrass whose mound of leaves is typically from one to two feet tall and around two to three feet across The prairie dropseed, formally known as the Sporobolus heterolepis, is a prairie grass species native to the...
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  • Softstem Bulrush Softstem Bulrush
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    Softstem Bulrush

    Planting Zones 4-9
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    Soft stem Bulrush Grass, Schoenoplectus Tabernaemontani is a Fast Growing Grass and Hardy Planting Zone 4-9 Soft stem Bulrush is also known as Schoenoplectus Tabernaemontani; Hardy planting zones are 3-9; Grass plugs come back year after year. The...
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  • Spring Beauty Spring Beauty
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    Spring Beauty

    Planting Zones 4-9
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    Spring Beauty, Claytonia Virginica Is Noted For Its Abundance Throughout Eastern North America The spring beauty, also known as the Claytonia virginica, the Virginia spring beauty, eastern spring beauty, grass-flower, or fairy spud, is a herbaceous...
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  • Switchgrass Switchgrass
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    Switchgrass

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    Switch Grass, Panicum Virgatum is a Colorful Bloom Self Seeder  Even when blooms are not present (usually pink and white), the foliage itself in blue/green or purple/burgundy is an excellent display of what nature can come up with. Red, gold,...
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Native Grasses Adds Beauty and Restoration

Native grasses are an excellent addition to any landscape, whether small or large. They can also help with erosion control if you have areas of your yard that are sloped or hilly. They will thrive in the sun and shade, so they're perfect no matter what kind of environment you live in!

Solution: Native grasses require very little maintenance once they've been planted. Just let Mother Nature do the rest. If there's not enough sunlight where you want to plant them, use artificial lighting such as grow lights during the winter months when days become shorter and darker. You should only need about 3-4 hours per day for the plants to stay healthy and happy all year round!

Native grasses are an excellent choice for anyone looking to add more nature to their yard.

Agitate: Native grasses are a beautiful addition to any lawn or garden, but they can be hard to find in retail stores and nurseries.

Tn Nursery offers native grasses at an affordable price and super fast delivery. Our selection includes Appalachian sedge, carex Pennsylvania sedge, and bulrush that will make your yard stand out from the rest! You'll get the highest quality plants available at prices lower than most other retailers by choosing our nursery. We also offer bulk discounts for environmental projects when buying multiple items! If this sounds like what you're looking for, look no further because we have everything you need right here at TN Nursery!

Native grasses are a great way to help improve the habitat for local wildlife and beautify your property.

Our native grasses multiply and can be planted in most country areas. These plants will attract birds, butterflies, and other wildlife while also giving you a beautiful landscape feature!

We have dozens of different species of native grasses available at affordable prices. Shop today to get fast shipping on all orders.

Native grasses are a great way to bring the beauty of nature into your landscape.

We offer native grass seeds and plants for sale at competitive prices. Our plant nursery has been in business since 1951, and we have over 65 years of experience growing beautiful landscapes in Middle Tennessee.

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Native grasses are beautiful and easy to grow. They don't require much attention and are super easy to grow.

If you've ever tried growing native grasses before, you know that it can be hard to find the perfect conditions for them to thrive in your garden or yard. There is a lot of trial and error involved with getting these plants to look just right in your landscape design!

Tn Nursery is here today with our wide selection of native grass plants for sale online! We have everything from low-maintenance sedges like Appalachian sedge, carex Pennsylvania sedge, and bulrush that will blend seamlessly into any natural setting or landscaping project. Our company offers fast shipping on all orders, so we're sure you'll love what we have available at affordable prices today!

Native Grasses

Native grasses involve both cool-season and warm-season grasses. Cool-season grasses exhibit ideal growth in the spring and fall when soil and air temperatures are low. On the other hand, warm-season grasses show outstanding growth during the warmest months of the year, generally from June to early September. Native cool-season grasses are a superb option when there is a requirement for shorter native grasses. 

Native cool-season grasses give more wildlife value than the introduced cool-season grasses. Wildes is one of the most common native cool-season grasses sown in the region of Pennsylvania; Warm-season native grasses include the Indian grass, Bluestems, and switchgrass. Many warm-season types of grass are long-lived perennials, deep-rooted with considerable tolerance to relatively low fertility, pH, and drought. 

Native grasses are either alone or combined with native wildflowers or forbs, can be cultivated to lower sedimentation and soil erosion, enhance water quality, and give wildlife a place to live. Stiff-stemmed indigenous warm-season grasses can prevent corrosion while trapping sediment carried by wind and water. 

Native grasses exhibiting a bunch-type growth form serve as an excellent protective habitat and nesting for various species of birds and a providing source of insects and seeds. Native grasses can play a vital role in agricultural production and conservation. However, maintenance and establishment requirements are essential and should be considered. 

Users who are using native grasses for the first time must give special attention to the details for managing these grasses while they begin growing (mowing and weed control, etc.). Once they are fully grown, mature stands may present a fire hazard. Firebreaks of introduced cool-season grasses should be maintained and established around woodlands, buildings, etc.

 Before planting, it's necessary to disrate competition from other foliage that may be present, like other meadows or broadleaved weeds. Indigenous grass seedlings are sluggish to grow and can be fluently out- contended in the spring by speedily growing introduced cool-season grasses and numerous broadleaved weeds. The type and thickness of the subsisting foliage will arbitrate how important pre-planting control is required. 

It's essential to permit decent time to complete this process. However, be conscious that you may take a year or further to restrain those before you can plant, particularly if you'll be sowing a big area if revelatory quantities of unhealthy or aggressive weeds or invasive plants exist.

 Best Native Grasses

Here are some of the top native grasses that are worth buying for you:

Cherokee Sedge

The Cherokee Sedge is a grass-alike, bonding sedge native to North America. It has bitsy greenish, white blossoms and seed harpoons that match the shape of wheat. It has thick green needle-like leaves that gracefully droop and are gracious to look at. The Cherokee Sedge can tolerate famines but does tend to flourish better in damp environments. It reaches full height and range in precisely over a year. Cherokee Sedge is an evergreen, grass-like plant frequently used as an accentuation plant in small arenas, as a filler in more broad arenas, or as a border along the brinks of aqueducts or ponds to help preserve the integrity and prevent soil corrosion.

 Common Spikerush

 Also called creeping spikerush, it is a beautiful imperishable plant with over 200 known worldwide; it looks like green matchsticks that raise in a row. The plant generally grows in wet areas. It belongs to the Sedge family Cyperaceae; It grows substantially in Europe, North America, North Africa, and central Asia. The shops are popularly known for their low conservation features, wanting inferior care. The grass is self-probative and has numerous inconceivable benefits, including making a pad for sitting, and it can be used as a coverlet. It forms thick daises and spreads using rhizomes.

 Indian Grass

The scientific name of Grass is Sorghastrum nutans, which belongs to the family of Poaceae. Indian grass is also called yellow Indian Grass. Yellow Indian Grass is elongate in crescendo; generally, 3-8 ft in length, retaining bunching sod-former with thick blue-green blades and a significant accolade- alike, soft gold-brown seed head. Indian grass is a dynamic species in the tallgrass campo. The bright yellow color of the blossom contrasts very attractively with the blue-green leafage. It is generally planted as a cosmetic border lawn and a good scout plant for animals.

 Mountain Sedge

The mountain sedge, also known as soft-leaved sedge, is a beautiful and memorable grass generally seen in Europe and central Russia. It grows briskly and lives long. It grows diligently in spring and summer. It's a plant with theatrical form and grows naturally in the company of other plants. The plant is self-probative, fast-growing, and generally lives long. The sedges plant are of distinctive types; some grow in shady areas, others do well in sunny areas, and others grow in dry regions, while some prefer wet areas, and some grow in all kinds of places.

 Orchard Grass

Orchard Grass is snappily established in late summer or early spring. Still, seeding in the late summer has been successful in Pennsylvania. The imminence of winter injury is amended if summer seeding is made, especially after mid-August. When sowing is combined with legumes, the seeding rate of the Orchard Grass should drop. Due to differences in delectability and maturity, you shouldn't plant orchard Grass with other meadows. Rotational grazing is generally preferred for elegant quality, continuity, and output. Fields need feeding constantly and heavily for every 10 to 12 days in the season of the flush growth of spring.

 Reed Grasses

Reed grasses are one of the most influential and visually appealing adorning grasses. Gossamery flower plumes ultimately evanesce between purple-tinted green towards yellow to a light-brownish yellow color as they develop. These flowers unfold well into the autumn season and apply in fresh and dried layouts. The leaves of these bushy perennials are usually hairless and slender. The ligules are generally obtuse in shape. A panicle generates as a consequence of the inflorescence. Some may have a reed- alike look; hence, called reed grass.