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Planting out grass seedlings

Posted by northerner_on Z5A ONCanada (My Page) on
Thu, Jun 6, 13 at 2:51

I have grown grass a few times before but always have difficulty deciding how to plant out and usually never get around to it. I have two containers of winter sown grass: bunny tails, and ornamental millet. They have been growing for months, but are still little, fragile things, not grass-like at all. Do I plant them out HOS and hope for the best? If I wait a bit more will they get tall and more fibrous? Do I tease them apart and plant them singly? Just don't know and am not afraid to ask. Help please?

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RE: Planting out grass seedlings

I'd plant them out 'Hunk-o-Seedling' style, and do it as soon as you can. They'll grow faster in the ground than in your containers.

RE: Planting out grass seedlings

Thanks, Don. Will do it as soon as it stops raining. We have been having non-stop rain for the past 3 days and the gardens are all mud. We thought we were having a head was just too good to be true. Happy gardening.

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