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Spartina pectinata ‘Aureo-marginata’   

4-5’, flat, drooping blades with subtle, golden margins. Flowers in late summer. Good for planting near ponds or water gardens. Invasive. 

    Common Name:Variegated Cord Grass
    Hardiness Zones:3-8
    Deer Resistant:Yes
Growing Tips: Plant in moist soil.

About Spartina: Known for its graceful, swaying foliage, this native grass loves moisture and water. Perfect for naturalizing along streams, ponds, lakes and wetlands where it provides habitat for wildlife. A vigorous spreader, it can be held in check by the amount of moisture received or the use of root barriers.