Gauze GrassGauze-grass. ,Sporobolus uniflorus (Muhl.) Scribn. & Merr.
Stem 6'-18' tall, very slender, somewhat flattened, erect. Ligule very short. Leaves 2'-6' long, about 1/2" wide, flat.
Panicle 3'-8' long, very delicate, branches hair-like, erect or ascending.
Spikelets 1-flowered, (occasionally 2-flowered), minute, about 5/8" long, light purple, on slender pedicels. Scales 3; outer scales obtuse, about equal, half the length of the acute flowering scale. Stamens 2 or 3.
Wet, sandy soil. July to September.
Maine to Michigan, south to New Jersey.