Native Grasses form the foundation of the North American Prairie. There are many species of natuve grasses, but these stand out because of their longevity and ability to grow under a wide variety of soil conditions. 

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Native Grass, Big Bluestem

Has distinctive 3-part seed head that resembles a turkey's foot. Beautiful, fall color.

Native Grass, Little Bluestem

Tolerates a wide range of soil conditions. Beautiful, crimson color in the fall.

Native Grass, Switchgrass

Creates a dense cover for wildlife. Stiff stems stand upright during the winter.