American Beakgrain (Diarrhena obovata)

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Long, arching leaves are attractive in winter when they are a very bright tan color. Shade gardens. Erosion control.
Item #: DIOBOs
Availability: Out of Stock.
Binomial Diarrhena obovata

American beakgrain is an attractive, easy-to-grow grass.  Because it spreads through rhizomes, it can colonize and be used as a tallish ground cover in forest settings or shady areas.  It could also be used for erosion control on slopes and tolerates flooding.  The long, arching leaves are attractive in winter when they are a bright tan color.

Uses:  shade, ground cover, erosion, ornamental grass, (shaded) rain gardens

Height:  16 to 24 inches
Space:  18 to 24 inches

Sun:  light to full shade
Moisture:  Average to moist

Seed: Typically is very dormant and requires a long stratification period. Sow by mid-January for best results.

  • 3,300 seeds per ounce
  • 1 oz./100 square feet
  • 25 lb./acre

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