Content tagged with "bluestem"

Caucasian Bluestem

Bothriochloa bladhii
Causasian bluestem and the closely related yellow bluestem are both aggressive, weedy degraders of pasturelands that escape cultivation and endanger native habitats. Learn more about these Old World grasses, and please don’t plant them! More

Yellow Bluestem

Photo of yellow bluestem plant
Bothriochloa ischaemum
Yellow bluestem is a nonnative, aggressive, weedy degrader of pasturelands that escapes cultivation and endangers native habitats. It blooms in Missouri in late June to July, far earlier than our native bluestems. More

Yellow Bluestem (Flowers)

Photo of yellow bluestem flowers
Yellow bluestem is a nonnative, aggressive, weedy degrader of pasturelands that escapes cultivation and endangers native habitats. It blooms in Missouri in late June to July, far earlier than our native bluestems. More

Yellow Bluestem (Plant)

Photo of yellow bluestem plant
Yellow bluestem is a clump-forming, warm-season perennial grass native to southern Europe and Asia, with flowering stems up to 4 feet tall. An invasive species in Missouri, it has been documented escaping in Howell County and is also likely found in other counties. Once established, this invasive species is almost impossible to eradicate. More