Grass Plugs For Zone 3

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  • Appalachian Sedge

    Appalachian Sedge is native to Eastern North America. The leaves have a fine texture that adds airy movement to any garden. This bush can grow up to 10 inches tall and 12-18 inches wide.

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  • Barnyard Grass

    Barnyard Grass grows quickly and looks very natural.  The sedge grass flourishes in moist soil with full sun to partial shade.  This grass is winter hardy and can be grown in clay-like soil, although it does better in richer soil.  This is an annual grass.

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  • Bearded Sedge

    Bearded Sedge is commonly referred to as Bearded Flat Sedge.  The summer annual reaches 2-6 inches in height.  Bearded Flat Sedge flourishes in full to partial sun and needs moist to wet soil.  Types of soil can range from sandy to muddy.

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  • Blue Gama Grass

    Blue Gama Grass prefers full sun and dry to medium soil conditions.  The grass is a low maintenance ornamental grass.

    This grass has a bloom time from June to August.

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  • Blue Joint Grass

    Blue Joint Grass prefers full sun and wet to moist soil.  It can reach heights of 4-feet and widths of 3-feet.  The grass prefers prairie or savanna- like conditions.

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  • Blue Sedge

    Blue sedge is bluish-green in color.  The grass grows to heights of 1-2 feet and 2-feet in width.  The plant is a cool weather grass and stays lush in the winter.

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  • Broom Sedge

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  • Bulrush

    It grows in marshes and along lakes or streams.This sedge needs moderate to saturated soil. It also requires partial to full sun. The bloom time ranges from late spring to early fall.  The grass is commonly planted in shallow water gardens.

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  • Bur-Reed

    Bur-Reed is native to North American wetlands.  It can be found alongside of streams, marshes, and bogs.  The grass does well in shallow standing water.  It is excellent ornamental water garden sedge.  This sedge is deer resistant.

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  • Button Sedge

    Button Sedge is a native grass found from Nova Scotia to Georgia.  It is wetland grass that grows in meadows, swamps, and bogs.  This plant needs full sun and wet to moist soil conditions.

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  • Common Spikerush

    Common Spikerush plant can be hard to identify without the use of very comprehensive botanical keys.  It grows well in very moist soil or even in shallow water.  Most spike rushes can have little fruiting spikes at the tops of the stems.

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  • Creek Sedge

    Creek Sedge will have dark green leaves that are on the thinner side. It will grow in separate clusters.  It likes to grow in soil that is very moist like woodlands and creek banks.

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  • Deer Tongue Grass

    Deer Tongue Grass grows in clum and spread very wide. The blades can be 3-8 inches long and usually less than 2 inches wide.  The leaves look like they have been tied together at the base onto the stems.

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  • Fewseed Sedge

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  • Fox Sedge

    Fox Sedge is a perennial that can grow in a large clump which looks like a grass. It can grow up to 100 cm tall and spread to 60 cm wide. The stems are slender and firm, triangular in shape. The base is brown with a lighter color to the top.

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  • Horsetail

    Horsetails get their name because the branches and leaves look thick, full and fuzzy. It looks good growing around any water area. It also goes by the name swamp horsetail.

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  • Indian Grass

    Sorghastrum nutans, typically called Indian grass, is a warm season Missouri neighborhood persevering grass which every now and again happens in prairies, dales and open woods all through the State. It was one of the common grasses of the tallgrass prairie which once secured colossal parts of the Midwest.

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  • Knotsheath Sedge

    Knotsheath sedge does well around ponds. This plant grows best in very little or no direct sun light. It’s best by shaded buildings or big shaded trees.

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  • Lesser Panicled Sedge

    Lesser Panicled Sedge is a hardy grower. This plant is mostly found in the open peat land, shores and seeps in Pennsylvania. This sedge works well around wetlands or marshes.

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  • Lizard’s Tail

    Highlights heart-molded leaves (3-6″ long) on erect, reaching out, to some degree transversely stems and humble fragrant white blossoms crushed into dainty, lessened, spike-like racemes (4-12″ long) that hang at the tips. Blossoms June to September. The sprouts offer approach to manage insignificant green warty common things

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  • Longstalk Sedge

    Longstalk is a great sedge. This plant will grow back year after year without replanting it. It will get to 4 feet high and 2 feet wide.

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Grass Plugs For Zone 3

The grass is one plant that is a must to incorporate into any landscaping project. There are many different types of grass to choose from depending on what is needed. Some grasses are ornamental, some are great in dry areas, some do very well in wetlands, and some will thrive in any type soil. Grasses are easy plants to grow and maintain and rarely need any maintenance. These plants are used to help with soil erosion in areas where that is a problem. Lizard’s Tail, Monkey Grass and Longstalk Sedge make super ornamental grasses and look great in natural areas. Cherokee Sedge, Spikerush, and Switch Grass all do well in dry areas. We have a great selection of these types of plants to choose from.