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Andropogon virginicus is ideal for areas that require a plant that needs no special attention. It is a native grass that can be found in abandoned fields, meadows, and roadsides. It reaches four feet tall with seed heads and maintains a beautiful orange-golden hue throughout winter, stunning when planted in large masses. In meadow gardens or in natural areas it helps with soil retention. Broomsedge is extremely adaptable to poor soil and it is drought tolerant. Broomstraw is another common name given to Andropogon virginicus as it once served as material for broom making . This upright grass is native to the Southeast US and is also found in Texas and several Midwestern states.
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