Purplish color when in flower.
|Season Bloom||June - August|
|Habitat||This perennial, clump-forming grass grows to a height of 3-6 ft. Many slender stems arise from small rhizomes; each topped by a large, slightly nodding, branched inflorescence. The inflorescence is purplish when in flower, becoming tan later in the season. Blue-joint grass stands up well in winter. Likes marshes; wet prairies & open woods. This species is the most frequent grass associated of sedges and is a valuable wetlands restoration species.|
|Leaf Description||Purplish, becoming tan later in the season.|
|Light Source||Shade, Partial Shade, Sun|