Grasses, Perennial

Bloom Season: Summer

Plant Habit: Mounding, upright

Characteristics: Easy care

Water: Medium

Fertilize: Every Month

Height: various, depending on variety

Width: various, depending on variety

Exposure: Sun

Varieties Available: Autumn Flame Maiden Grass

                               Eldorado Feather Reed Grass

                               Karl Foerster Feather Reed Grass

                               Overdam Variegated Feather Reed Grass

                               Niagara Falls Switch Grass

                               Shennandoah Red Switch Grass

                               Northwinds Switch Grass

                               Holy Smokes Bluestem

 

Ornamental grass comes in a variety of sizes, shapes, and colors, making it a versatile addition to any garden. Whether you have a small urban garden or a sprawling landscape, there is an ornamental grass variety that will suit your needs. From tall, feathery plumes to compact mounds of foliage, you can create a stunning display by mixing and matching different types of grass.

One of the biggest advantages of growing ornamental grass is its low maintenance requirements. Unlike many other plants, ornamental grass is drought-tolerant and can thrive in a wide range of soil conditions. It requires minimal watering and fertilizing, making it an ideal choice for busy gardeners or those with limited gardening experience.

Ornamental grass is not only beautiful during the growing season but also provides year-round interest in the garden. Many varieties retain their shape and color throughout the winter, adding texture and movement to an otherwise dormant landscape. Whether covered in frost or dusted with snow, ornamental grass can create a stunning winter display.

Ornamental grasses provide valuable habitat for wildlife. The dense foliage and tall stems offer shelter and nesting sites for birds, while the seeds attract a variety of insects and small mammals. By growing ornamental grass, you can create a welcoming environment for wildlife and contribute to the biodiversity of your garden.

Ornamental grass has deep root systems that help prevent soil erosion. Planting it on slopes or in areas prone to erosion can help stabilize the soil and prevent runoff. Additionally, the dense growth of ornamental grass can act as a natural weed suppressant, reducing the need for chemical herbicides.

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