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WANTED: Miscanthus Or Other Very Tall Grass

Posted by sheilaschnauzies Z5 Eastern Nebraska (sheilaschnauzies@gmail.com) on
Mon, May 6, 13 at 11:43

Hi everyone! Looking for Miscanthus seeds or plants! Also interested in Pampas white or pink and any other very tall grasses.

I have Strawberry & Cream Ribbon Grass plants to exchange, along with other perennials on my trade list. Thanks so much!


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RE: WANTED: Miscanthus Or Other Very Tall Grass

I have Giant Reed grass that grows up to 20 feet. It looks like corn when growing, then it resembles huge canes at the bottom. It's an interesting grass that may look well around ponds or waterfalls and it helps with soil erosion. I'm new here and have "never" shipped any plants or seeds so today is my Learn how to propagate and ship plants day. I'm going to be very busy :) I love this website already!

I'd like to get some colored grasses for my garden. Like cotton candy, or purple grass (name is on my exchange list). Other grasses, Zebra I thought I had but I think one of my grasses is a Jap/Silver or Spider Grass. I'm doing research on it now.

Thanks,

Kat

Here is a link that might be useful: Katsplants Exchange List Link


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