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A perennial, warm-season grass, native bunchgrass growing 3 to 5 feet tall. It grows best in deep, well-drained floodplain soils and is highly tolerant of poorly to excessively well-drained soils, acid to alkaline conditions, and textures ranging from sand to clay. Indiangrass once dominated the prairies of the central and eastern United States, but today has adapted to the Northeast west to Texas and North Dakota. Varieties: Cheyenne | Holt | Llano | Osage | Tomahawk