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  • Mary J.

    Northern Sea Oats grass - in containers with flowers -good privacy and color

  • Paula Cercone

    Zebra grass in planter

  • Laura VonBruenchenhein

    Northern Sea Oats grass - I think my front porch needs this!

  • Robin Smithson

    Zebra grass 17 Top Ornamental Grasses

  • Julie Martin

    Northern sea oats This fast-spreading species is loved for its seed heads, which hang off the stems and look like bronze-color wind chimes, which are attractive in fresh or dried arrangements. Leave the plants standing in winter if you like. But cut off the seed heads in fall to keep this prolific self-seeder tamed. Size: 3 feet tall, 2 feet wide Conditions: full to partial sun, well-drained soil Zones: 5-9 Best for: lovely seed heads in fall

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