Promoting the Use of Native Plant Species in the Home Landscape

Northern Sea Oats

Latin Name: Chasmanthium latiofolium

Flower Description:

Flowering occurs in mid to late summer (July to August). The tiny, green flowers are in flat spikelet held on a thin, arching stalk. The flowers are wind pollinated.

Season Bloommid to late summer (July to August)
HabitatMoist, well-drained soil, partial shade but will tolerate full sun if soil moisture is adequate.
Leaf DescriptionMany grasses have long leaves that originate at the base of the plant and are very upright. Northern sea-oats have shorter leaves that diverge from stems at various angles, giving the plant more of a bamboo-like appearance. Leaves turn golden in fall.
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