Additional Information
Color Reddish Brown
Detailed Description for Andropogon

Common in the Northeast, Andropogon virginicus, broomsedge, is a native clumping warm season grass that grows best in relatively infertile soil conditions which makes it a great choice for the dry compacted banks of stormwater basins. Growing about 4' tall in full sun, the coppery glow of Andropogon virginicus fall foliage combined with the inflorescence of the flower heads looks spectacular from afar, as well as with a fresh coating of snow.