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(Zone 10a)

April 18, 2002
7:10 AM

Post #27237

I think this is a grass and it runs if left like that. I'm looking for its name. Help!

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High Desert, CA
(Zone 8a)

April 18, 2002
7:44 AM

Post #245392

some kind of spider plant???

April 18, 2002
9:00 AM

Post #245401

Please excuse, fingers are swollen. Looks similar to Gardeners Garters - Phalaris arundinacea var. picta


(Zone 10a)

April 18, 2002
10:48 AM

Post #245435

The variegated leaves look like the spider plant, but it is sturdy and runs leaving roots if it finds the soil. I'll chech it out, Baa.

April 18, 2002
11:13 AM

Post #245444

Hello Dinu,

the blunt tips to the grass, and if it grows to around 15cm in height,indicate to me that it could be

Stenotaphrum secundatum variegata.
St Augustine's Grass.


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