Form Lifecycle Hardiness zone*
Narrowleaf Blue-eyed Grass, Bermuda Blue-eyed Grass, Narrow-leaf Blue-eyed-grass
Clay, Loam, Sand
Average, slightly basic
Well-drained, consistently moist
HABITAT & NATIVE RANGE
Floodplain forests, sandy thickets, woodland edges and clearings, river banks, moist meadows and fields, roadsides, oak savannas
Eastern Canada to Maine to Florida, west to Minnesota to Kansas to Texas.
Tolerance to browse by animals typically happens once plants are established. Young plants may still be quite susceptible.
SUGGESTED MAINTENANCE & COMMON PROBLEMS
Divide every 2-3 years, don't add thick mulch as will cause rot
Sideoats grama,Stokes aster,Aromatic aster
COMPANION TREES & SHRUBS
Do not allow to dry out
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