||Andropogon ternaries is a blue clumping grass that does well in poor to sandy soils in full sun. It is most distinguishable by its erect terminally arching columns of fluffy seed plums in late summer into fall. When properly situated this grass evokes images of shooting fireworks. Prairie Chicken, Junco, Wild Turkey, Chipping sparrow, and Meadow Mouse eat the seed, and the White-Tailed Deer browse the foliage. Plants will grow 1.5 - 2'High x 1'Wide, with the seed plumes one can expect up to 1'additional height.