Inland Sea Oats

Inland Sea Oats


Inland Sea Oats is relatively shade and salt tolerant, giving it use as an ornamental ground cover and erosion control plant for critically shaded, eroded areas. It does not tolerate grazing or excessive sunlight very well. In nature it is usually found growing sparsely in draws and stream beds under dense tree canopy.

Seeds are eaten by birds and rodents, and the leaves are hosts for butterflies. Its shade tolerance gives it ornamental and erosion control applications.

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Planting: 3-5 lbs. pure live seed (PLS) per acre

Height: Up to 4 feet

Type: Warm Season Perennial

Region: United States