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Plants Of The Southwest

Panicum obtusum

Vine Mesquite is a handsome grass to 2 ft., its large seeds attract birds and fed Native Americans (cooked as a whole grain or ground and mixed with cornmeal) who brewed its leaves for tea and head-rub for hair reclamation. Missouri to Colorado, south into Texas, Arizona and central Mexico, up to 7,000 ft. Likes damp spots. A warm season grass. Pack of 100 seeds.
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