Using ecology to restore land and water
June grass is an attractive tufted grass that grows and flowers earlier than most other prairie grasses. It produces narrow, showy, cream colored flowering spikes at the top of erect stems. The spikes fade to a tan color as seed matures. June grass prefers drier habitats such as prairies, savannas, open woods, and dunes. It is a great plant for home landscaping, especially along borders.
1 – 2 ft.
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