Clusters of yellow-ish spikelets at the tips of fertile culms in June & July, narrow leaves (no more than 0.5 inch wide), spreads by seed and short tough rhizomes to form dense colonies, at home in wet meadows and swales, can produces tiny plants amongst tan seed heads, provides wildlife habitat. Host plant for the Appalachian Brown Butterfly (Satyrodes appalachia).
1.5-2 foot tall
Plant Hardiness Zones: 4a-8b
Native Range: NS to e MN, south to GA & e TX
Germination - Easy: Cold stratify 10 weeks
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