The quick and convenient step by step guide to growing your very own Blue Joint Grass Seeds
A valuable wetlands restoration species, this grass is the most frequent associate of sedges. It grows into a dense patch of grass with lots of fibrous roots, so it is an excellent option for strengthening stream banks or shoreline restoration work.
Growing Blue Joint Grass Seeds!
# 1 | Direct sow either in late fall or early spring.
# 2 | Plant the seed just below the surface of the soil, compacting the soil very firmly.
# 3 | Keep the soil lightly moist until germination, since this seed cannot germinate in dry soil.