Junegrass is a very versatile plant that is native to North America and can be found in just about any habitat. While Junegrass can be found in a variety of places like forests, mountains and prairies, it thrives in loose rock soil and is also resistant to drought. It can be used to help stop soil erosion, or as a drought resistant plant that is great for animals to graze on. Junegrass spreads through seeds instead of vegetatively and therefore is not an invasive threat.
- One characteristic of Junegrass is it does attract wildlife naturally.
- Junegrass is indigenous to a majority of parts of North America.
- The Junegrass also can help to inhibit further soil erosion.
“Junegrass does best in full sun but can also tolerate partial shade.”