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Sporobolus Wrightii

Giant Sacaton
Scientific NameSporobolus Wrightii
Common NameGiant Sacaton
FamilyPoaceae (Grass)
HabitGrass
Growth FormClump-Forming
Mature Size5′-7′ High
FlowersGold & Green, late summer to fall
HardinessZones 5-8
Sun RequirementsFull sun to partial shade
Water RequirementsAverage water needs
Soil RequirementsGarden loam, clay or sandy
Other InfoDrought tolerant good for fresh & dried arrangements
Additional PhotosGiant Sacaton