Blight Grass is an average-sized, orange grass that grows up to 3 feet (91.4 cm) tall. The broad, flat stalks grow in sparse patches that are flexible.
When mature, the end of the stem eventually transforms into a medium-sized, hazel tail.
During the late summer, it produces lots of pollen; it does not cause many allergic reactions, and after flowering, it is left with excessive amounts of large grains. These grains are commonly harvest to create breads, and other foodstuffs.