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Sorghastrum nutans   

Upright, open form with short, scaly rhizomes. Plants reach 3-8’ and bear medium green, often glaucous, leaf blades. Most shoots bear bronze-yellow inflorescence. Foliage turns orange to purplish after frost. 

    Common Name:Indian Grass
    Hardiness Zones:3-8
    Deer Resistant:Yes
Growing Tips: Plant in moderately moist, well drained soil.

About Sorghastrum: Sorghastrum is a native grass that is useful by itself, as a specimen in the mid to back of border or grouped together to create a living fence or screen. It is very easy to grow and prized for its showy, late summer flowers and striking fall beauty. Seed heads will feed many types of birds into winter.