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Regions 1,2,5,6 - Med-Wet
Prairie Cordgrass is a 4' to 8' tall native perennial warm season grass usually found in wet prairie meadows, around potholes, fresh water marshes, prairie swales, and in drainage ways. It is not found in the extreme southeast and southwest states. It is a stiff plant with sharp leaves that rapidly spreads by rhizomes. This common prairie grass is useful for wetland restoration, stream bank stabilization, riparian buffers, wildlife habitat, spillway and dam cover, and filterstrips. Native Americans used the grass to thatch their roof.
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