(asheboro, n.c. usa)
Cherry Frost Fountain Grass
I live in central North Carolina. Just recently had 15 large pine trees cut down in front of my house; the stumps are still there.
I would like to plant fountaingrass in that spot this spring because I love the way it looks but to fill in the area that the pine trees did I would have to purchase 15 or 20 plants and I am wondering if all the roots and underbrush from the pine trees(poor soil quality) would make it difficult for the fountaingrass to take hold and survive.
Any input would be greatly appreciated. I would hate to spend a fortune on 20 plants just to watch them die.thanks, amy