ONE SWEETGRASS PLANT GROW!
Photographs and text Copyright © 2002 by Craig Dremann,
all rights reserved, including the internet and any printed
or electronic form.
REDWOOD CITY SEED CO., Box
361, Redwood City, CA 94064
A single plant of the "regular" strain, photographed
on the first day of each month.
From June to November, the plant is growing
in an eight-inch diameter plastic pot.
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August, first harvest, keeping
four inches of stem. Two days later, plants grew an inch,and after
5 days, four inches of new leaves have grown.
The moist, cut grass was laid in the sun to dry, and dries
in 4 hours,
the strong vanilla scent is in the air, and the sweetgrass is
now ready to braid or use for baskets.
By September, new leaves one foot
long! And October, still growing strong.
going to sleep for the winter.
You could make one last cutting of the leaves to ground-level
at this time.
...Read more about sweetgrass, and order plants from
or call (650) 325-7333
Updated June 13,