Tufted Hair Gras
Upright, mound-forming bunch grass with wiry stalks of pendulous flowers top the dark green, densely tufted, thin leaves found at the base of the plant. Wheat colored spikelets (reproductive parts of the grass family) arise from the ends of long branchlets in the inflorescence.
Mature Height: 3-5'
Sun Exposure: Full sun to part-sun
Soil Moisture: Good drought tolerance. Excellent tolerance of very wet winter conditions. Moist to seasonally wet meadows and freshwater wetlands.
Special Use Benefits:
- Provides food or nesting for birds
- Provides cover, shelter, forage for wildlife (deer, squirrel, fish, etc.)
- Good for Erosion Control
- Drought Tolerant
- Wetland habitats, Pond edges
- Urban Gardens
- Rain Garden