Giulia Bono
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(Sporobolus heterolepsis). If you have a perennial garden, place Prairie Dropseed between the plants. It grows in whorled, arching mound, 2-3′ tall and around. In late July-early August, delicate, fragrant, airy panicles of flowers begin to emerge on stiff stems 2-3′ above the foilage; the ripe seed drops by the end of September.

Early in summer, mounds of Prairie Dropseed have fine green leafs. Seen here, as a supporting matrix for Pale Purple Coneflower (Echinacea pallida).