Indiangrass (Sorghastrum nutans) grows in a wide range of habitats including prairie, open woods, dry slopes, savannahs, and scrubland, and it grows to 2 meters or taller and flowers during late summer and early fall.

Indiangrass Fun Facts

Has a characteristic “rifle-sight” ligule

It is the official state grass of Oklahoma and South Carolina

Can be found in every county in Illinois

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