Spartina pectinata

Spartina pectinata


Cord Grass Categories: ,


Soil: Hydric (Wet) to Mesic (Medium)
Sun: Full – Part
Height: 2′-4′
Type: Cool season.

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An excellent, aggressive, rhizomatous grass used for shoreline restoration. Beautiful arching green leaves!

Interesting Facts:

Wildlife: It can form dense colonies and is important in providing cover for wetland birds and other wildlife.
Other Info: Cordgrass has very tough stems and can be planted along shorelines to slow waves and prevent erosion. It was also used by Native Americans and early settlers. A dominant grass of the moist, tallgrass prairie.
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Weight 1 lbs

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