Tridens Flavus Cupreus, Purple Top Grass
Purple Top Grass grows in various soils.
The blades or leaves can grow up to a foot long and just a .5” across. They can be found in a green color and are flat. The upper part of the leaf is rough. They can bloom from mid-summer to early fall and will last for around three weeks. The roots are fibrous.
The blooming time for the Purple Top Grass is from early spring to mid-summer. The roots are fibrous and don't have to be planted deep. It can be seen growing almost anywhere in the United States. All it needs is moist soil, and it can grow. It is a tall grower and can grow in the shade or sun as long as it has wet soil. It is also known by its scientific name Trident Flavus Cupreus.
Purple Top Grass will be good for a lawn or natural area
Purple Top Grass can survive in different types of soil conditions. Purple Top Grass is excellent to bring birds to a yard or garden. The birds will eat the seeds and will also use part of Purple Top Grass to build their nests.