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Cinna arundinacea

Wood reedgrass (Sweet woodreed)

Cinna arundinacea, Wood reedgrass, is a strong competitor against Japanese stilt grass! The attractive Wood reedgrass grows well in fertile moist soil with light shade or dappled sunlight. Most growth occurs during the Summer.   Reaching 3-5' tall, Wood reedgrass, works well as scattered individual plants or in small colonies. Native habitats include wooded floodplains, swamps, thickets, and damp savannahs.

  • »  Clump forming warm season grass with erect habit
  • »  Native to fertile floodplains

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Color Brown
Detailed Description for Cinna

Cinna arundinacea, Wood reedgrass, is a strong competitor against Japanese stilt grass! The attractive Wood reedgrass grows well in fertile moist soil with light shade or dappled sunlight. Most growth occurs during the Summer.   Reaching 3-5' tall, Wood reedgrass, works well as scattered individual plants or in small colonies. Native habitats include wooded floodplains, swamps, thickets, and damp savannahs.