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Blue Joint Grass


Description: Latin Name-Calamagrostis Canadensis Hardy Zone- 5-8 Mature Height-2-5ft Sun Or Shade- Full Sun
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    Blue Joint Grass

    Blue Joint Grass is a hay of grass plant classified under kingdom Plantae. Calamagrostis Canadensis commonly known as the blue joint grass was appointed after a scientist James Melville Macoun. It is a perennial plant with stout stems growing from a range 60 to 180 cm tall. Along the stem, this grass develops 3-8 nodes. Bluejoint rhizomes are also used for spreading, doing so at a slow rate of about 5-15 cm per year, holding soil beneath it to from sod.

    Bluejoint leave blades are characterized by growing 3-8 mm wide and 4-12inches wide ribbed and are rough to touch. Peduncles of the panicles are 6-12 inches long. Depending on the variety of grass and development panicles can be loose, contracted, dense or narrow in shape, getting 4-10 inches long. Bluejoint Grass reproduces through cross-pollination with the help of wind; its blooming period starts from early to mid summer lasting fro 1-2 weeks.

    Its seeds remain to germinate in the soil for up to seven years. However, due to its unusual appearance of the flowers and leaves, it can be used to add taste to one's garden scenery. The grass grows well in a variety of soil including; clay, silt, loam and sand with a ph value of 3.5 to 8. Blue joint grass has to a preference of partial sun, moist to wet and cool to warm summer temperatures.

    Bluejoint Grass grows in hardy zones of the northern US states with two-thirds of Illinois. Also commonly found along the Pacific coast and near lakes reports claim that most places that had this grass in abundance have been invaded resulting in a reduction in their spread. Bluejoint Grass has an important role it plays in nature. They can be used for food by livestock and wild grazing animals. Furthermore, due to the sad they form, it provides soil strength in wet areas. However, it can be used to reestablish plants on sites with a recent oil spill. 

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