Clump forming native prairie grass 

Often used as a native cover crop. 

The first to be prevent in a prairie planting, but may give way after a few years to other grasses & wildflowers 

Large feathery nodding heads appear July-Sept 

Grows 3-5 ft tall in medium-wet to dry soils 

Thrives in a wide range of ecosystems including woodlands, savannas, dunes, & prairies 

Attracts birds, food source for leaf hoppers, & moth larvea 

Tolerant to deer, drought, erosion, & dry soil 

Sold in 2x3 inch pots -$ 2.49 ea.

Flat of 32 - $ 74.99 





Elymus canadensis - Canada wild rye