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Sorghastrum Nutans ‘Thin Man’

Scientific NameSorghastrum Nutans ‘Thin Man’
Common NameThin Man Indian Grass
FamilyPoaceae (Grass)
HabitGrass/Sedge
Growth FormUpright
Mature Size6’ High, 24-30” Wide
FlowersLate Summer, Yellow
HardinessZone 4-9
Sun RequirementsSun to Partial Sun
Water RequirementsModerate To Xeric
Soil RequirementsClay, Loam Or Sandy
Other InfoDrought Tolerant,
Deer Resistant,
North American Native