Indian Ricegrass has 1-2 ft. flowering stems that are beautifully airy and graceful. A great accent in any part of a xeric landscape also suitable for meadows. Tolerates clay. The seed heads are attractive in dried arrangements and seed-eating birds love them. More info here.
Blue Grama can be used as a xeric lawn grass or as a stand alone specimen grass. Unmowed, it forms a tight mound with interesting and graceful seedheads that look a bit like bushy eyebrows waving above the mound by mid-summer. It could star as an accent in a flower bed or naturalized meadow setting. To avoid aggressive seeding, cut back seed heads in fall.
Northern Sea Oats’ upright bamboo-like foliage produces unique drooping, flat panicles or seed-heads. The foliage turns a beautiful bronze in the fall and remains highly ornamental throughout winter. Seed heads are great for dried bouquets.
Prairie Junegrass is a native, perennial, cool season tufted bunch grass , growing actively when soil temps are cooler in spring and fall. It produces lustrous silver-green seedheads in early summer. The supporting foliage is an attractive green-gray color. June Grass prefers full sun and dry, sandy soil.
Indian Grass is an elegant native warm-season bunchgrass, turning yellow-bronze in fall, great winter accent. Yellow seed heads with whitish hairs shimmer silver and gold in late summer. Tolerates a wide variety of soil types.
This beautiful warm season grass forms graceful round clumps, great for full hot sun and average soil.Widely used as an ornamental grass in the Midwest,It looks great in either a formal setting or naturalized in a meadow. Does not seed out aggressively.
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