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Grass and Bamboo: can anyone recomend a good small perenial grass zone 6?

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stickfigure
Wallingford, PA

June 22, 2007
2:07 PM

Post #3645072

Can any one recomend a small perenial grass
Some of the small guys I've tried have been so messy they end up lookin like weeds.I am looking for somthing around 2 ft maybe with some beige or marroon coloring.
donn
Great South Bay, Lon, NY
(Zone 7a)

June 22, 2007
3:12 PM

Post #3645254

Check out Imperata cylindrica 'Rubra'.

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pennefeather
McLean, VA
(Zone 6b)

July 1, 2007
3:21 AM

Post #3681036

There are several carex that you might like as well. This is toffee twist. It is a little larger, and wider now. The picture is about a month old. I like blood grass as well.

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stickfigure
Wallingford, PA

July 5, 2007
1:57 PM

Post #3697990

thanks, both of those look really nice . I will try them out.

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