Grass

Reed grass is a cool season grass that primarily live in moist to wet areas. These grasses typically form large, dense clumps of narrow, flattened, green leaves 18-36” tall and 24” wide. Flowers rise stiffly above the clumps almost 5’ and begin bearing narrow flower plumes in midsummer. The flowers are followed by often persistent seeds that can last into the winter. The seeds are sterile.