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Indiangrass is a warm-season bunchgrass that is native to central and eastern North America. It can reach up to seven feet tall and is a common species of the Tallgrass Prairie. The beautiful, plume-like seed heads are very ornamental. Excellent for prairie and conservation mixtures. Provides cover and food for wildlife.