Switchgrass

Switchgrass

Plant prairie native Switchgrass for tall columns of late-season color

Native to North America, Switchgrass is a stiff, upright grass that serves as valuable habitat to songbirds and other wildlife. A warm-season grass, it starts growing in late spring, fills out in summer, and then begins to shift and change hues in autumn before settling into a golden-straw color for the length of winter. Switchgrass isn't picky about the quality of your soil and doesn't require fertilizing or need much attention once planted.

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  1. Northwind Switchgrass, Panicum virgatum Northwind

    Switchgrass Northwind is an extremely-hardy, native grass that thrives in any sunny spot. Gorgeous, steel-blue leaf blades change to a golden yellow in the autumn months, making it t...

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    Northwind Switchgrass Northwind Switchgrass Panicum virgatum Northwind
    As low as $18.65 Sale $15.85
    Per Plant - 3" Pot
    Switchgrass Northwind is an extremely-hardy, native grass that thrives in any sunny spot. Gorgeous, steel-blue leaf blades change to a golden yellow in the autumn months, making it the perfect backdrop for your favorite flowering-plants! (Panicum virgatum)
  2. Red Switch Grass Shenandoah, Panicum virgatum, Red Switchgrass, photo courtesy of Hoffman Nursey, Inc.

    ‚Shenandoah‚ Red Switchgrass is a favorite selection of native prairie grass with gorgeous, colorful leaves. New growth emerges green with red tips. Gradually the entire ...

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    Shenandoah Red Switchgrass Shenandoah Red Switchgrass Panicum virgatum Shenandoah
    As low as $15.99 Sale $13.59
    Per Plant - 3.5" Pot
    'Shenandoah' Red Switchgrass is a favorite selection of native prairie grass with gorgeous, colorful leaves. New growth emerges green with red tips. Gradually the entire plant turns to a rich burgundy color that appears to be aflame when backlit by the sun. Airy blooms appear in midsummer, hazy clouds floating above the leaves. Its a real showstopper year-round, with seed heads providing an important food source for native wildlife during the winter. (Panicum virgatum)
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