A native, warm-season, short-lived perennial bunchgrass. The height is between 2 to 3 feet. The leaf blade is 2 to 8 inches long. The stems are round at the base, but sometimes branching at nodes.
Good drought tolerant native pasture and range grass. The perennial bunch grass grows in late spring and continues throughout the summer providing screening and nesting for wildlife.
Typically occurs in upland sites on sandy soils in open pastures, borders of woods, and cut woodland pastures. Appearance is similar to Little Bluestem but with split seed head (inflorescence).
Good pasture and Turfgrass. Short grower--6" to 1'. Very drought resistant requiring very low maintenance as a turfgrass. Buffalograss is a dominant short prairie grass frequently found in overgrazed pastures.
Recommended for use in parks and playgrounds, golf course roughs, commercial and residential lawns, erosion control, pastures and highway right-of-ways. Short grower--6" to 1'.
Warm season vigorous plant that grows faster than most other turf grass. It grows well under stress conditions such as drought, low fertility, and high traffic areas.
Warm-season, weak, perennial bunch grass with slender, erect stems. Found in most regions of North America often in sandy soils and is one of the most common roadside perennial grasses.
Native North American prairie grass growing from two to four feet tall. Also called rough dropseed and meadow dropseed it is common on the Great Plains and found in most states in the United States, likes dry soils of prairies and plains.
A short-growing stoloniferous perennial native. Choice forage grass grazed by all livestock and occasionally cut for hay in wet seasons.