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Re: Hello out there--Ran's Suggestion re Ornamental Grasses


Hi All
The north side of your house can be a tough spot for tall
grasses,however if you are getting about four good strait hours of
sun,lets say from 10 to 2 or 11 to 3 or so then why not give it a try.
If it is green foliage with a white plume your after then try Miscanthus
Graziella,M. sarabande or M. Kleine Fontaene the later is a continous
bloomer and should get at least six hours of strait sun or it will not
preform well
caution should be taking in planting tall grasses in the foundation
beds,be sure that they are at least four feet away from the house so you
do not crowd the plant 

Gary
Amber Wave Gardens
Benton Harbor Mi.
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