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The seeds of broomsedge are evenly distributed along the 2-5 ft. stems and are striking in fall and winter when the fine hairs of the expanded racemes catch the sunlight. The clump-forming, perennial grass turns a tawny brown in fall. Unlike its relatives, Big and Little Bluestem (Andropogon gerardii and Schizachyrium scoparium), Broom-sedge can be an invader on disturbed lands, where it helps to control erosion. It is the primary native meadow grass in the northeast.

Straight Species

Clear
SKU: GRAVC1 Category:

Additional information

Native

Long Island, United States

Sunlight

Full, Full-Partial, Partial

Moisture

Dry, Medium, Medium-Dry

Wetland Indicator

FACU

Special Attributes

Bee Attractor, Bird Attractor, Butterfly Attractor

Size

1 Gallon, 1 Quart

The seeds of broomsedge are evenly distributed along the 2-5 ft. stems and are striking in fall and winter when the fine hairs of the expanded racemes catch the sunlight. The clump-forming, perennial grass turns a tawny brown in fall. Unlike its relatives, Big and Little Bluestem (Andropogon gerardii and Schizachyrium scoparium), Broom-sedge can be an invader on disturbed lands, where it helps to control erosion. It is the primary native meadow grass in the northeast.

Straight Species