Graceful golden seed plumes are attractive in both prairies and gardens. In prairies, Indian Grass grows with only a few stems, but in gardens, it forms large clumps that often spread by seed–whether you want it to or not.
Sun: Full Sun, Part Shade
Moisture: Dry, Medium, Wet
Height: 7 feet
Blooms: Aug, Sept
Benefits: Ornamental, Birds, Deer Resistant
Indian Grass is tall, so plant it with other tall plants or scatter it in-between shorter flowers and grasses. The only downside is that it can become aggressive over time–spreading easily by seed–so be careful when putting it in gardens with short plants