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Japanese Bloodgrass & heat

Posted by hilaryc n6B (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 10, 13 at 10:34

I live in Boise, ID and would love to plant Japanese Bloodgrass in a median. It would be in full sun (southern exposure), and does get pretty hot (90-95, occasional 100 degrees) in August. Wondering if it's possible to grow bloodgrass there? I would love to put it with black mondo grass and mexican feather grass.
Does anyone have experience or knowledge of whether this could work?
Thanks!


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RE: Japanese Bloodgrass & heat

If you keep it watered, it will thrive in hot sun, and its foliage color will be at its peak.


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