WATCH ONE SWEETGRASS PLANT GROW!

Photographs and text Copyright © 2002 by Craig Dremann,

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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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February.........April.........May............June
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July.......................August

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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.
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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.



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By September
, new leaves one foot long! And October, still growing strong.

Sweetgrass November, 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
http://www.ecoseeds.com/sweetgrass.html or call (650) 325-7333

Updated June 13, 2011