Little Bluestem is one of the most widely distributed native grasses in the U.S. It is a tall, leafy, vigorous, late-maturing species. Under favorable conditions it is a copious seed producer. Leaves are bluish-green or green becoming leathery-brown to maroon at maturity. Seeds are small and fuzzy with twisted awns. Little Bluestem matures one seed crop per year in late September-early November depending on the growing location. Little Bluestem is considered good to excellent livestock forage depending on the soil type and maturity stage of the plant. For bobwhite quail, Little Bluestem is one of the most preferred bunchgrasses for nesting. It is also considered one of the “Big 4” climax grass species of the tallgrass prairies. Little Bluestem is used in range and wildlife habitat restoration, for erosion control, livestock forage production, and as an attractive ornamental species for xeriscapes an native landscaping. Please call to place an order (210) 661-4191.
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