Meet the Natives: Eastern Gamagrass (Tripsacum dactyloides)

 

Eastern Gamagrass is a native warm season grass that comes on tall by midsummer. This Queen of the Prairie is a towering grass sanctuary for birds and animals in a grassland ecosystem as well as an excellent forage plant.  Learn more about this grass in this one-minute video.

 

 

 




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