Growing about 1.5 to 2 feet tall, Little Bluestem is an outstanding performer in a Utah waterwise landscape. It has blue-green upright foliage and it turns pinkish red in the autumn. It's water needs are very low - it needs to be soaked once every few weeks during the hottest times of summer (July and August). The only maintenance it requires is a good cutting to the ground in March. Excellent in mass plantings for structure and impact.
|Little Bluestem 'The Blues'
|Little Bluestem in a Utah Parkstrip Planting
|Little Bluestem in Early Fall - Starting To Fade and Turn Pink