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Calamagrostis canadensis is the most widespread and common Calamagrostis species in North America. It native habitats range from wet areas, woodlands to alpine ridges and it is found from sea level to elevations of over 12,000 feet. Its extensive range includes the subarctic to the Southeastern US. Canada Bluejoint tolerates a wide range of conditions. While it prefers moist sites, it is drought tolerant once established. It is also tolerant of acidic soils and can withstand some salinity. Calamagrostis canadensis spreads by rhizomes, and may also wind pollinate under ideal conditions. It is useful for bioretention, ditches, restoration projects, and meadows. Bluejoint refers to the blue-purple color of its nodes. It is sometimes called Canada Reedgrass.
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