Andropogon 'Rain Dance'

‘Rain Dance’ features red-tipped foliage, deeper green than the species, that turns totally maroon in fall. In fact, cool temperatures spread the red, painting every blade maroon.
Adding to the interest are upright, rich red flower spike clusters up to 4 inches long on red stems in varying tones. Seed heads branch into three parts (hence the common nickname “turkeyfoot grass”). They open and dance attractively despite the unattractive moniker.

Height: 6 Feet
Spread: 3 Feet
Flower Colour: N/A
Flower time: Fall
Zone: 3-9
Location: Full Sun 6+ hours
  • Full Sun
  • Semi Wet Tolerant