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Barracuda grass

Barracuda grass, also named North America Barracuda Grass, is a hygric herb. It is thermophilic, heliophilous, fertilizer loving, and hygrophilous, but afraid of wind and not hardy. It can grow both in the water areas with still water and sluggish flow water. The barracuda grass grows up fast and is of high reproducibility. Its leaf color is jade-green with charming colored flower and long florescence, which can be planted along both sides of watercourses and the four edges of pools. If they are line-to-line planted with other plants, their purple flowers blooming under the green leaves create another special visual experience and sightseeing.