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Cinna arundinacea - Wood reedgrass

Native Wetland Plants

Cinna arundinacea

Wood reedgrass

More About Wood reedgrass

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

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.

Bloom Color

Brown

Cinna arundinacea Characteristics & Attributes

Exposure
Sun
Partial Shade
Shade
Mature Height
> 4'
Spread Characteristics
Clumping
Prolific Seeder
Season of Interest (Flowering)
Summer
Fall
Season of Interest (Foliage)
Summer
Fall
Winter
Foliage Color
Green
Wildlife Benefits
Cover
Food
Nesting
Songbirds
Critter Resistance
Deer Resistant
Wetland Indicator Status
FACW+
Plant Type
Warm Season Grass
Attributes
Drought Tolerant
Erosion Control
Fibrous Roots
Mass Planting
Native
Naturalizing
Storm Water Basin
Winter Persistant
USDA Hardiness Zone
5
6
7
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