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What to plant in my wetland area

203ntyp

PMA Member
Just curious, can buttonbush be planted as seeds? What's the growth rate? I have some wet areas I would like to see some cover in also.
 

JNRBRONC

Moderator
Just curious, can buttonbush be planted as seeds? What's the growth rate? I have some wet areas I would like to see some cover in also.
Only experience I have with buttonbush is looking it up on-line. I saw this: "Warning: The poisonous foliage of this abundant and widespread species is unpalatable to livestock. The bitter bark has served in home remedies, but its medicinal value is doubtful." I copied that from: https://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=ceoc2

Maybe this is a different plant from what is being discussed. Maybe it is tolerated by deer.
 

HWC

New Member
How fast does the button brush grow? It's going to be time to do something before I know it and I'm having trouble deciding what to do.
I would like it to be good for deer and pheasant since we do have some pheasant on the property.
 

HWC

New Member
I was deer hunting along the skunk river and one bottom land had something growing that had to be 10 feet tall and very thick. I saw several roosters, and it looks like deer could disappear in it. I'm not sure what it was though. Kind of reed like.
 

IowaBowHunter1983

Super Moderator
Staff member
I was deer hunting along the skunk river and one bottom land had something growing that had to be 10 feet tall and very thick. I saw several roosters, and it looks like deer could disappear in it. I'm not sure what it was though. Kind of reed like.
common reed
reed.jpg
 
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