moor grass grown from seed...can it be done?

Toronto_GardnerMarch 3, 2005

can variegated moor grass be grown from seed? if yes, where oh where in toronto do i find these seeds?

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well_rooted(5, BC Canada)

I doubt it. The Latin name for variegated moor grass is Molinia caerulea 'Variegata'. The single quotes around the last word indicates that it is a plant that can (most likely) only be propagated vegetatively (eg. by dividing plants).

Seeds are probably either sterile or will give you plants of Molinia caerulea, which isn't variegated.

    Bookmark   March 4, 2005 at 1:39PM
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