|Common Name(s):||Thingrass, Seashore Bentgrass|
|Botanical Name:||Agrostis pallens|
Thingrass, Seashore Bentgrass
A popular native grass that can also be used as a lawn substitute. Exhibits a deep green color with a fine leaf texture that can either be mowed or left unmowed for a more naturalized meadow look. Can be combined with other plants or used in rock gardens. Also for use under trees or shrubs.
|Seeds per pound:||2,300,000|
|Seeding rate per pound₁:||7,000 sq. ft.|
|% Purity / % Germination (Typical)||98 / 80|
|Growing Regions:||All climates throughout the western U.S. except deserts.|
|Characteristics:||Rhizome growth habit|
|Exposure:||Sun to Shade|
|Height:||6 to 24 inches if left unmowed|
|Establishment:||Easy to grow|
|Wildlife:||Cover for small animals if left unmowed.|
Tolerates a wide range of soils but needs good drainage. Tolerates mowing.
₁ Seeding rate is based on seeding alone. When seeding with other species the rates should be reduced. Contact us for recommendations.
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