Native Indiangrass

A clump forming native grass producing tall blue-green blades which turn gold in fall, and retain some color through the winter; light brown, feathery panicles appear above the foliage in late summer, turning copper in fall; an excellent vertical accent

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Indian Grass is primarily grown for its highly ornamental fruit. The coppery-bronze seed heads are carried on showy plumes with dark brown overtones and which fade to gray over time, which are displayed in abundance from early fall to mid winter. It has masses of beautiful panicles of brown flowers held atop the stems in late summer, which are most effective when planted in groupings. Its grassy leaves are bluish-green in color with hints of silver. As an added bonus, the foliage turns gorgeous shades of yellow and in the fall. The tan stems can be quite attractive.

Additional information

Dimensions 24 × 5 in
Botanical Name

Sorghastrum nutans

Exposure

Full Sun

Water Requirements

Regular Water

Height

5'

Width

24"

Deer Resistance

Y

Attracts Pollinators

N

Photo Credit

Net PS

SKU: 20385

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