One native grass often seen throughout the Southwest is Sideoats Grama. It is a warm season bunchgrass, growing 12 to 40 inches tall. It grows well on drained sandy plains, rocky slopes and mountain plateaus. The plant is drought tolerant and winter hardy. Growth begins in early April. Sideoats Grama seedlings are vigorous, making it relatively easy to establish on severely eroded soil.
1 lb covers: 8,712 sq ft