The Q&A Archives: Sea Grass

Question: I live in Connecticut. How late in the summer/early fall, can I safely plant Gracillimus Maiden Grass, and other similar grasses?

Answer: You can plant in the fall, but no later than mid-October. You'll want to give your grasses a month or more to settle into their new homes before winter weather arrives.

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