Joint Grass Native #1

Blue Joint Grass is one of the more abundant native grasses on the continent. It blooms in late spring to early summer with pink-green seeds that are attractive but not highly ornamental. Bluejoint refers to the blue-purple color of its nodes. Spreading quickly by shallow rhizomes in moist to wet soils, Blue Joint Grass can help to stabilize stream banks.

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The preference is full or partial sun, wet to moist conditions, and cool to warm summer temperatures. This grass adapts to a variety of soil types, including loam, clay, silt, sand, or some combination of the preceding types. It also has a broad pH tolerance. Standing water is tolerated by this grass if it does not persist throughout the growing season. Winter-hardiness is excellent. At some locations, this grass may spread aggressively.

Additional information

Dimensions 24-36 × 3-4 in
Botanical Name

Calamagrostis canadensis

Height

3-4'

Width

24-36"

Deer Resistance

Y

Attracts Pollinators

N

Photo Credit

Native Plant Trust

SKU: 28982

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