Perennial turf grass with dense, bright green tuft-like leaves. Seedhead sprouts at top of stem, in globe-like structures. Sprouts in moist or dry sandy turfs.Important Info : Sprouts in moist or dry sandy turfs.
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Size:Height: 0 ft. to 1.5 ft.
Width: 0 ft. to 1.5 ft.
Plant Category:perennials, turf grasses,
Plant Characteristics:low maintenance, spreading,
Foliage Characteristics:small leaves,
Bloomtime Range: not applicable
USDA Hardiness Zone:6 to 8
AHS Heat Zone:Not defined for this plant
Light Range:Part Shade to Sun
pH Range:5.5 to 6.5
Soil Range:Mostly Sand to Sandy Loam
Water Range:Dry to Boggy
LightConditions : Partial Shade
Partial Shade is defined as filtered light found beneath trees with high limbs. Partial shade usually offers some protection from direct afternoon sun.
Conditions : Part Sun
Part Sun refers to filtered light, with most sun being received during the afternoon hours. Shade usually occurs during the morning hours.
Conditions : Light Conditions
Unless a site is completely exposed, light conditions will change during the day and even during the year. The northern and eastern sides of a house receive the least amount of light, with the northern exposure being the shadiest. The western and southern sides of a house receive the most light and are considered the hottest exposures due to intense afternoon sun.
You will notice that sun and shade patterns change during the day. The western side of a house may even be shady due to shadows cast by large trees or a structure from an adjacent property. If you have just bought a new home or just beginning to garden in your older home, take time to map sun and shade throughout the day. You will get a more accurate feel for your site's true light conditions.
WateringConditions : Normal Watering for Outdoor Plants
Normal watering means that soil should be kept evenly moist and watered regularly, as conditions require. Most plants like 1 inch of water a week during the growing season, but take care not to over water. The first two years after a plant is installed, regular watering is important for establishment. The first year is critical. It is better to water once a week and water deeply, than to water frequently for a few minutes.