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Eastern Gamagrass (Tripsacum dactyloides)

Large clump-forming grass best suited for a very large garden or natural area. Beautiful large seedheads. A high protein plant good for animal grazing.

Fowl Manna Grass (Glyceria striata)

A tall grass good for pond edges to provide cover for small animals. Not preferred by deer.

Frank's sedge (Carex frankii)

Sedges have edges – feel the triangular stems. These short, grass-like plants add texture to the garden and create a nice ground cover. Birds eat the seeds.
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Globe sedge (Carex grayi)

Awesome seed form can be used in flower arrangements. Likes it wet. Use as a groundcover in moist areas.
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Hairy Woodland Brome (Bromus pubescens)

A cool-season, clump-forming grass for a shady area. Small mammals and birds feed on the seeds and deer and rabbits eat the foliage.
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Indian Grass (Sorghastrum nutans)

Can help keep taller prairie perianal upright, but is aggressive, especially in smaller areas.
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James' Sedge (Carex jamesii)

I nice lawn alternative for a shady area with rich soil. Spreads by rhizomes and seeds.

Junegrass (Koeleria macrantha)

An upright, clump-forming cool season grass with unique seedheads. Needs well-drained soil and prefers full sun. A great grass for a garden boarder or formal garden.

Little Bluestem (Schizachyrium scoparium)

Beautiful color in summer and fall. A shorter grass better suited for most smaller gardens.

Nodding Bulrush (Scirpus pendulus)

We love the nodding seedhead of this bulrush. Prefers consistently moist or wet soils but can tolerate occassional dry spells but the leaves may turn yellowish. Spreads by rhizomes.

Nodding Fescue (Festuca subverticillata)

A cool season grass that prefers some shade and tolerates more shade than most other fescues.
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Oak Sedge (Carex albicans)

Semi-evergreen. A cute, tufted sedge that would be good for a border or ground cover in a shady garden.
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Path Rush (Juncus tenuis)

Could be used as a ground cover in a moist area, like your rain garden. Can grow in paths and can take high traffic.
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Prairie Cord Grass (Spartina pectinata)

Aggressively spreads by rhizomes, but beautiful in mass. Not suitable for small landscapes.
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Prairie Dropseed (Sporobolus heterolepis)

Clump-forming. Slow to establish and spread. Makes beautiful mounds of fine-textured leaves with fragrant seed heads.
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