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Johnson Grass (Flower Clusters)

Photo of Johnson grass flower clusters

The flower clusters (panicles) of Johnson grass are large, loosely branched, purplish, and hairy. The spikelets (the small flowering units) occur in pairs or threes, and each has a conspicuous awn. It blooms June through November.

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