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Schizachyrium scoparium’s foliage colors, a combination of greens, blues or purples, turn to multi-reds and oranges in fall. Little Bluestem produces downy white seeds in September, providing a stunning contrast to its amazing fall color. This native grass grows in loose clumps that branch out at the top. It looks great planted in groups and gives a fresh look to the traditional home landscape. An original prairie grass, Schizachyrium scoparium can grow deep roots, an attribute that helps it find water in times of drought and also aids in soil retention. Little Bluestem thrives in full sun and tolerates poor soil. It provides interest to the landscape during the winter months. Cut back Little Bluestem in the spring before new growth emerges.
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