Sorghastrum nutans, commonly known as either Indiangrass or yellow
Indiangrass, is a North American prairie grass found in the central and eastern
Yellow indian grass is a tall, bunching sod-former, 3-8 ft. in height, with broad
blue-green blades and a large, plume-like, soft, golden-brown seed head.
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; Wildlife. Sorghastrum nutans (L.) Nash Show All Show Tabs Indiangrass ...
Indian Grass, Sorghastrum nutans, is a tall clumping grass makes a great
companion for a wide range of prairie flowers, and a good choice to replace ...
Indiangrass Interesting Notes. Yellow Indian grass is a tall, clump-forming and
vigorous growing plant for the meadow garden. The blades are blue-green and ...
SPECIES: Indiangrass (Sorghastrum nutans (L.) (Nash.) ... GENERAL
INFORMATION: Indiangrass is a native perennial warm season forage grass. It is.
Indiangrass is a native, warm-season grass of good value as a livestock forage
grass. Production runs high when managed in a pure stand. Indiangrass may ...
Indian Grass is one of the first warm season grasses to form seeds and they are
rich clusters of bronze colored seed. Dormant bare root plants ship each year ...
Sorghastrum nutans, Indiangrass, is another native, warm season grass species
in the North American tallgrass prairie ecosystem. Its unique yellowish-brown, ...
Indiangrass Uses and Planting Information. Native Grass Indiangrass. Indian
grass (Sorghastrum nutans L.) is a native grass that at one time grew throughout