Common Names: Indian grass. Botanical Name: Sorghastrum. Hardiness: Zones 3 to 8. Size: Up to 8 feet high and 2 feet wide. Foliage: Blue-green leaves which turn purplish-blue in fall. Flowers: Golden- or red-brown flowerheads. Light Needs: Full sun. Growing Advice: Avoid wet soil in winter. Divide in mid-spring or early summer. Prize Picks: Sioux Blue has bright blue foliage and attains 4 to 6 feet. Pink Muhly, Enormous Plume, Native Grass, Late Summer, Muhly Grass, Gardens, Elegant Bloom, Muhlenbergia Capillaries, Capillaries Pink
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