Blue Indiangrass (Sorghastrum nutans) 'Sioux Blue'

This is a clump-forming grass that turns yellow in the fall, then fades to tan and remains standing through most of the winter. In late summer, copper brown flowers with conspicuous bright yellow pollen sacs attached are produced. They make wonderful cut and dried flowers. This heat tolerant, disease resistant, clumping forming grass is native to North American prairies.

Winterhardy cool season perennial
Height 60/90 cm
Width 80-90 cm
Spacing 80 cm / 3 pc/m2
Flowering time VI-VIII
Site sunny warm dry to medium moisture well drained soil.
Use  groups
Propagation dividing the clump
Cutting back  spring
Availability 2021
Out of stock