Schizachyrium scoparium (Michx.) Nash
Hollingsworth, Tiffany 22
Verbatim Date: 1998-09-07
United States, Wisconsin, Grant, CTH T.
43.16762269 -90.57457287 +-285m.
T08N R02W sec14 NW4SE4;
Latitude/Longitude was derived from the Township, Range, Section location. This causes an imprecision.
Soil Type: sandy, rocky and well drained. Slope: SW. Habitat: Roadside disturbed area. Full sun. Scattered, grows 1-4 ft., tiny flowers lacking petals, fruit is a purplish or yellowish grain, seeds are fuzzy at maturity, stem is bluish in Spring and reddish in Fall, seeds are an important food source for small birds.
Record Id: a4dbffde-578b-4be9-b830-0849536dc03a
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