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Old 02-29-2020, 11:24 AM   #11
Join Date: May 2009
Location: Livonia, MI

Originally Posted by Gloria View Post
Hey bee, I grow prairie dropseed from seed. I agree you need to wait longer. It is truly a warm season grass and the seeds need warm nights as well as days. By the third year it is looking nice by the fourth a good sized clump.

The first picture is after one full year.
The second has dropseed on the left and is third year clumps.
Last picture is some I started by wintersowing in milk jugs. The seed came in sparse but filled in quickly. I took 4 plugs from each jug. This year I have 8 jugs planted.

I'm growing Dropseed from seed this season. My question is, how many seedlings did you use per plug? I don't mind waiting four years for the end results. But I'm looking for the classic cascading mound look, and not a bunched mess by possibly combining too many seedlings per plug.

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