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very new to ornamental grasses and need help

Posted by weedsmakemecrazy zone 6 (My Page) on
Sat, Apr 26, 08 at 1:34

Last year I planted about 7 ornamental grasses - can't remember all the names of the plants (I'm bad about that...I just plant if I like it and throw away the tag...I'm learning not to do that!), but only the Karl Foresters seem to be coming back...? I know there is a porcupine grass, something called Winddancer, a fountain grass and a varigated giant reed grass. I live in Massachusetts in Zone 6....is it too early to expect new growth? My Karl Foresters are already about knee high in their second year, so I was fearing the rest didn't make it?
Let me know if you have any insight.
Thanks
Kathy


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RE: very new to ornamental grasses and need help

Karl Foerster is a cool season grass and starts growth (and blooms) long before most of the other grasses. I assume you've cut them all back. Peer inside the clumps and see if you don't see a little new growth.


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