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  1. Jun 29,  · Pruning. Cutting back Indian Grass to the ground in late winter to early spring can encourage more impressive growth the next year. If you want to appreciate the grass in winter or allow the remaining seedheads to act as feed for birds and other .
  2. Indian grass can grow as tall as 8 feet, but 6 feet is more common in cultivation. It is a warm season, clumping grass with an upright habit. Plant Care. Full sun and well drained soils are best for this grass. It can tolerate wet sites as well as sandy soils. Fairly drought tolerant once established.
  3. Indian grass is a native perennial bunch grass with flowering stalks 2–7 feet tall. Rootstocks are short, scaly rhizomes. The mature seed heads are dense, golden, and plumelike, held upright or slightly arched, with twisted and bent awns protruding from the florets.
  4. Upright clumps, ″ tall, of slender, blue-green leaves turn golden yellow in fall. Stiff, vertical flowering stems, topped with 12″ long, narrow, light brown flower panicles with yellow stamens, rise [ ].
  5. Indian grass is a tall sod-forming plant. Its fibrous roots reach depths of down to metres (6 feet). The upright clumping leaves are blue-green and fade to yellow-orange in the fall. The plant bears narrow, greatly branched flower clusters. Each yellow spikelet is fringed with white hairs, giving the plant a silver-and-gold appearance.
  6. Indian Grass is a 3' to 6' tall native perennial warm season bunch grass. It is one of the 4 dominant grasses of the central and eastern native warm season grasslands. It grows in a wide variety of soil types and soil moisture, but cannot withstand being submerged for extended periods. It prefers full sun $
  7. Apr 05,  · Planting Indian Grass. Useful in mass plantings, Indian grass prefers full sun and is considered drought and heat tolerant. Ornamental Indian grass will do well in a variety of soil conditions from sandy to clay and acidic to alkaline, although it truly thrives in deep, moist garden loam.
  8. Indian Grass (Sorghastrum nutans) remains erect throughout the summer and sometimes throughout the winter. Another dominant prairie grass, Big Bluestem (Andropogon gerardii), is more likely to lean in the direction of the prevailing winds, and its culms topple over .
  9. Sorghastrum nutans, commonly called Indian grass, is a warm season Missouri native perennial grass which typically occurs in prairies, glades and open woods throughout the State. It was one of the dominant grasses of the tallgrass prairie which once covered large parts of the Midwest.

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