Riverbank Wild Rye
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Riverbank Wild Rye - Elymus Riparius
This perennial dark green grass blooms in July and grows up to six feet tall. It requires moist sandy, loamy, or clay soil and shade to partial shade. Because it grows best near a water source, it makes an excellent water garden plant. Its graceful motion in the breeze is pleasing to the eye, and it is low-maintenance and proliferates in Zones 3-9.
Riverbank Wild Rye is a perennial graminoid. The most active growth period for this plant is from spring to summer, and the leaves are not retained from year to year. This plant loves water, and it grows best near a water source. This makes it an excellent water garden plant. The Riverbank Wild Rye is precisely what it sounds like, a type of wild plant that mostly grows along the river beds and banks. One glance at this plant and one can envision just how graceful it is owing to the motion that it makes even in the lightest of winds. The
Riverbank Wild Rye is incredibly easy to take care of and can grow in a variety of climates. The plant is low maintenance and adds an excellent breezy feel to your backyard or porch area. The plant puts its best face forward during the months of summer and spring and can stand tall even in the harshest of winds and climates. The plant is also useful for the others around it since they help regulate the moisture levels in the soil they are. The plant does not take a while to grow and is ideal for someone who wants something that does not have a high maintenance cost. The plant is also incredibly natural to build and does not require anything special to boost its growth besides water and the sunshine. The plant is ideal for garden decor because it helps add variation and height, making your overall garden a lot more pleasing to the human eye.
Riverbank Wild Rye