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Flare through the grass going to seed at the end of the driveway. I'll probably mow around them one more time, or until the neighbors say something about them.

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Flare through the grass going to seed at the end of the driveway. I'll probably mow around them one more time, or until the neighbors say something about them.

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If that's in an area that gets some shade part of the day, I would say that looks like Bottlebrush Grass, a native grass. It is so shade-tolerant that it can grow right in the woods, Oak-hickory forest anyway, probably not in a Beech-maple forest where very little light gets to the ground. If you collect most of the seeds, before you mow of course, you could plant some in a part of a more shaded garden area, not among hostas or something like that which could just choke it out. It might take a two or three years for it to grow enough of a root system to produce those amazing seed heads though. I love to find it on a walk in the woods. It is a very cool plant!
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If that's in an area that gets some shade part of the day, I would say that looks like Bottlebrush Grass, a native grass. It is so shade-tolerant that it can grow right in the woods, Oak-hickory forest anyway, probably not in a Beech-maple forest where very little light gets to the ground. If you collect most of the seeds, before you mow of course, you could plant some in a part of a more shaded garden area, not among hostas or something like that which could just choke it out. It might take a two or three years for it to grow enough of a root system to produce those amazing seed heads though. I love to find it on a walk in the woods. It is a very cool plant!

I'll have to look into this. The only time this part of the yard is in shade is when the sun is below the horizon in the evening and before 8am or so in the morning.
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I'll have to look into this. The only time this part of the yard is in shade is when the sun is below the horizon in the evening and before 8am or so in the morning.
I don't know that it won't grow in sun. In sunlight, in pre-settlement times, however would mean it would be competing with sun-loving tallgrass prairie plants! Of course, you could paint some rocks and put them around those grass plants and say it's your new little "ornamental grass" garden!
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