Chasmanthium Latifolium / Northern Sea Oats

Chasmanthium Latifolium / Northern Sea Oats

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Chasmanthium Latifolium / Northern Sea Oats

Also called Uniola latifolia or Northern Sea Oats, River Oats is an epic ornamental grass that is easily identifiable from its drooping inflorescences and compressed spikelet’s. The pale green spikelet’s turn golden-brown in autumn when living. Northern Sea Oats is a clump-forming, upright, ornamental grass, is a Missouri native plant which typically grows 2-5' inches. This grass is distinguished by the flat, drooping seed heads which hang in terminal clusters on thread-like pedicels from slightly arching stems. Seed heads will flutter when caressed by even the softest of breezes. This grass was once known as Uniola latifolia for those Horticultural boffins out there. Dried once you’ve tried is a winner….

 

Product: Northern Sea Oats
Length: 20-30 inches long
Amount: 10 Stems
Colour: Green flat drooping seed heads on stems

 

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