Specie: P. virgatum
switchgrass, bunchgrass tall panic grass, Wobsqua grass, blackbent, tall prairiegrass, wild redtop, thatchgrass, and Virginia switchgrass.
Name in Latin: Poaceae
Name in English: Grass Family
Origin: North America
Growth Habit: Switchgrass is a hardy, deep-rooted, perennial rhizomatous grass
Flower:Its flowers have a well-developed panicle, often up to 60 cm long, and it bears a good crop of seeds
Blooming Period: spring though fall
Leaf: The leaves are 30–90 cm long, with a prominent midrib
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Care and Handling
Lasting Quality: 7 days +
Amount of water: moderate
When ripe, the seeds sometimes take on a pink or dull-purple tinge, and turn golden brown with the foliage of the plant in the fall. Switchgrass is both a perennial and self-seeding crop, which means farmers do not have to plant and reseed after annual harvesting.