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HAVE: Inland sea oats

Posted by daylilyaddict PA6 (My Page) on
Tue, May 26, 09 at 11:11

Chasmanthium latifolium (Michx.) Yates
Inland sea oats, Indian wood oats, Wild oats, River oats, Flathead oats
Great ground cover in shade or as camoflage around a pond.
Looking for perenniels for Zone 6. What do you have ??

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RE: HAVE: Inland sea oats

Have zebra grassm,deweys blue, arealy nice tall grass plumes are outstanding and make great arrangements,astec grass, lirope grass, brown carex,three types of fountain grass,around some of my ponds i have a sedum that grows fast and gives off little goden blooms this time of year,emai me Hightider

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