Andropogon glomeratus (bushy beardgrass)

bushy beardgrass (quart)

Andropogon glomeratus is a species of grass known by the common names bushy bluestem and bushy beardgrass. This grass  approaches 6 feet in height with large, fluffy cream-colored inflorescences. Each dense, tufted inflorescence has several pairs of hairy spikelets, and it remains attractive from September through February, when it can be cut back to the ground before new shoots appear. Easily grown in medium to wet soils in full sun, it tolerates very light shade. Its moist soil preference distinguishes it from most other species of Andropogon. Freely self-seeds in optimum growing conditions. Perfect for moist soils in natural areas and tolerates deer and black walnut.

This plant is sold in a quart pot.

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