Reedgrass

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We dig plants when your order is received, and ship immediately via US Priority Mail. You will receive a tracking number via email when plants are shipped. All plants are packed to be safe in their packages for up to 3 days after receipt.

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We sell only bare root plants. We dip the roots in tera-sorb silicone gel to retain ample moisture for transit and surround with plastic. This provides superior protection for plants in transit for up to 12 days.

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The Reedgrass, Calamagrostis Is A Genus Of Grasses Known For Its Distinctly Upright Blades All Year Round

The reedgrass, known as the Calamagrostis, is a genus of grasses that serves as a popular perennial ornamental grass. Unlike its other grassy cousins that tend to flop after they bloom, the reed grass keeps itself upright and tidy all year round, growing in dense clumps of narrow, green leaves that reach around three feet long. Pinkish-purple, feathery flower spikes rise a couple of feet above the leaves in the summertime and gradually turn to golden seeds, which survive until winter. Since the reed grass's roots are sterile, you will have barely any problems with your reed grass spreading out of control, and this ornamental grass has a moderate growth rate, usually in the spring or fall.

The reedgrass typically comes from nursery-grown seedlings, not seeds, so this requires planting in the same depth as the container's soil. Once established, this ornamental grass needs little maintenance, with its immunity to most pests and diseases. The only care required is primarily watering when the soil begins to dry out.
Feed it annually if your soil is lacking.

The Reedgrass, Calamagrostis Grows Well As Nursery-Grown Seedlings, And It Usually Grows On Wet Areas Like Freshwater Banks

The reedgrass grows best in at least six hours of full sun on a good day. While it appreciates some shade from the harsh afternoon sun, especially in the warmer parts of its growing zones, too much shade will cause its flowering to occur less profusely, its leaves to flop, and the plant overall to shrink. While the grass tolerates all soil types, it does best in rich, consistently moist, well-draining soil. It can handle heavy clay soil and wet areas of the landscape, such as on the bank of a pond. The reed grass has moderate water needs, so during dryness, water it to about an inch. While mature plants do have some drought tolerance, it is advisable not to neglect their moisture, as dry soil will result in a plant that does not reach its full growth potential. Use pruning shears or a hedge trimmer to cut the previous season's growth to a few inches above the soil line just before new growth appears, so you don't accidentally prune any new foliage. If the plant growth becomes uncontrollable to the point sunlight cannot reach its center, dig up clumps and gently pull the plant apart, keeping as many roots intact as possible. The best time to do this is in the spring, every three to five years; afterward, replant your divided clumps wherever you like.

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