Question about Little bluestem and humidity
I would really like to grow Little Bluestem, but from what I've read elsewhere on the forum, I am concerned it will flop in my humidity and soil.
In my beds, I have lovely Georgia red clay, with the top 8-12 inches amended with an inch or two of compost. The bed gets full sun. I do not use fertilizer of any kind and I water deeply once per week only if we get no rain.
Right now, I have white muhly grass, prairie dropseed and Northern sea oats thriving and not flopping in this bed.
Anyone else in Georgia or nearby with similar conditions able to grow little bluestem that doesn't flop?