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Sorghastrum nutans


Sorghastrum nutans, commonly known as either Indiangrass or yellow Indiangrass, is a North American prairie grass found in the central and eastern United ...

Sorghastrum nutans (Indiangrass) | NPIN


Feb 4, 2016 ... 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 ...

Sorghastrum nutans - Plant Finder - Missouri Botanical Garden


Sorghastrum nutans, commonly called Indian grass, is a warm season Missouri native perennial grass which typically occurs in prairies, glades and open woods  ...

Plant Fact Sheet - US Department of Agriculture


Feb 5, 2002 ... Sorghastrum nutans L. Plant Symbol = SONU2. Contributed by: USDA NRCS Plant Materials. Program. Uses. Erosion control: Indiangrass can ...

Sorghastrum nutans Indiangrass from North Creek Nurseries


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 ...

Indian Grass (Sorghastrum nutans) : Prairie Nursery


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 ...

Indian Ricegrass, Achnatherum hymenoides - the PLANTS Database


Nov 30, 2000 ... National Plant Data Center <http://npdc.usda.gov>. INDIAN RICEGRASS ... Ethnobotanic: The nutritious seed of Indian ricegrass was one of the ...

Oryzopsis hymenoides


Oryzopsis hymenoides is a perennial cool-season bunchgrass with very narrow, rolled leaf ... O. hymenoides grows in a variety of habitats from desert scrub to ponderosa pine forests. ... Indian rice...

Indian Ricegrass - Range Plants of Utah - extension.usu.edu


Indian ricegrass is one of the more widely adapted native grasses of Utah rangelands. It is drought tolerant and found on most of Utah's range sites. It grows at ...

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Q: What is the height on the Indian grass?
A: The native perennial Indian Grass (Sorghastrum nutans) is 3-7' tall and unbranched. The blades of the alternate leaves are up to 2' long and ½" across; they are... Read More »
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Q: What is scitific name for Indian grass?
A: Sorgastrum nutans. Read More »
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Q: What is the Sioux Indian grass dance.
A: It was traditionally a dance related to war/battle where warriors wore braided grass strands which symbolized enemies they had slain. It is now a popular compet... Read More »
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Q: What type of soil does Indian grass grow in?
A: Indian grass will grow in soils from sand to clay. But will grow its best in sand. Read More »
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Q: Is Indian grass a producer.
A: Yes, as Indian grass gains energy from the sun and herbivores eat it, Indian grass falls under the category of producer. Read More »
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