Ornamental grasses have many attributes and are perfect specimens for areas of the Great Plains, including the Dakotas, Nebraska, Montana, and Wyoming. Grasses once encompassed most of the Great Plains in vast, waving seas. Today the gardener can choose from introduced grasses or native grasses of North Dakota or Wyoming grasses. Keep reading to learn about ornamental grasses for South Dakota, native Nebraska ornamental grasses and much more. About Grasses Most grasses once established are fairly low maintenance requiring little to no additional watering or food. If their care free maintenance doesn’t draw you in the fact that they are quite disease and pest resistant might. Even deer steer clear of most grasses. Grasses grow rapidly, quickly attaining their full height of as much as 8 feet (2.4 m.) in a season. Plus, they look great year round, even into the winter where the tasseled blooms and height add interest […]
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