Turkey-foot Grass, so named for its 3 branched flower head, has been an important species in tall grass prairies for thousands of years. Tall (known to reach 12 ft.) and clump forming. Its bluish hue turns bronze in the fall and looks quite majestic in mass plantings. Drought tolerant. Attracts birds & butterflies. Used extensively in restoration.
Height: 3-7 Feet
Blooms: August September
Bloom Colour: Green
Light: Full Sun
Soil: Moist to Dry, Sandy/Gravel, Clay & Average Soil
Habitat: Prairies & Sandy Shorelines