Ornamental Grasses

Feather Grass


SheLyn added on March 8, 2018 | Answered

Will feature grass spread and take over a garden or yard?


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MichiganDot
Answered on March 8, 2018

I have personal experience with Karl Foerster Feather Reed grass, Calamagrostis. I did not cut it down before winter so it had ample time to drop seed. The original clump slowly increases in size but I had a dozen seedlings or so every year. They were hard to pull by hand and I ended up cutting off the seed heads as they formed. So it is primarily a clump forming grass and does not spread via rhizomes. Unlike Miscanthus, it is not listed as invasive at this time. In a neglected area, it will self-sow.

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