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  • Schizachyrium scoparium, commonly known as little bluestem or beard grass, is a species of North American prairie grass native to most of the contiguous United States (except California, Nevada, and Oregon) as well as a small area north of the Canada–US border and northern Mexico. It is most common in the Midwestern prairies. Little bluestem is a perennial bunchgrass.
  • Schizachyrium scoparium, commonly known as little bluestem or beard grass, is a species of North American prairie grass native to most of the contiguous United States (except California, Nevada, and Oregon) as well as a small area north of the Canada–US border and northern Mexico. It is most common in the Midwestern prairies. Little bluestem is a perennial bunchgrass.
  • Making It Grow! host, Amandy McNulty, advises against dumping you grass clippings!
  • Amanda McNulty explains what fairy rings are and they are not from a fantasy book.
  • Grass leaves don’t cause a thatch build up
  • Amanda McNulty explains how to get rid of fairy rings in your grass.