Nordwind Gras is an ornamental grass that is very robust and is part of the sweet grass family. It looks very much like a bush of tall grass growing.
Its leaves are bluish-green and stands upright to a height of 180 centimeters. The leaves are a waxy substance which makes it very drought resistance.
Nordwind Gras originates from the midwest and Northern America. Not only is it drought resistance, it is very adaptable and can withstand heat, heay rains and even the cold bitter winter climates.
Nordwind Gras height?
The Nordwind Gras grows to about four to five feet tall or 120 centimeters or so. Nordwind Gras are also resistant to deer feeding on them and enjoys as much of the sun as possible despite its rugged characteristics.
Growth rate of Nordwind Gras?
Nordwind Gras grows fast, but realistically it takes 2-4 years to reach its maximum potential. It all depends on the area, of course.
Nordwind Gras care?
Nordwind Gras is a low-maintenance plant.
Nordwind Gras prefers moist, well-drained soil. However, it is very tolerant and almost any soil condition can allow it to grow. So as long as you can water it from time to time and it gets plenty of sun, it will do well. However, fertilizer in the early growth phase gives it a boost so that it grows more easily.
Is Nordwind Gras easy to spread?
Nordwind Gras usually grows in clumps and eventually spreads slowly, but not to the point where it causes problems for some. They are a very low maintenance type of grass.
Does Nordwind Gras come back after winter?
Nord windgrass has rhizomes as they live in winter underground and therefore regrow in spring.
Nordwind Gras can also be divided every two years to produce new plants.
If you want to get the best look of north wind grass, consider trimming and trimming it to about three inches.