Sweet vernal grass is a seasonal perennial grass which grows well in sun and light shade. It is also known as vanilla grass because when it is cut it has a little bit of a vanilla scent. These plants flower earlier than others, usually during early to the middle of spring. Sweet vernal grass spreads aggressively so it is best to grown it in containers. If you want to put them in a garden do not allow them to flower and seed.
- Description of sweet Vernal grass:
-small, cool season perennial grass
-smells like hay with a hint of vanilla
-flower early with yellow clusters
- It is a common grass, its cheap and grows well and is used on golf courses in rough sections
- It can spread aggressively, and growing in containers is recommended, but because of its short root depth, it can be easy to manage and control.
“If you want to prevent the spread of seeds in your yard or garden, do not allow the sweet vernal plant to flower and seed.”
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