Right on the dot! You wouldn't have large boulders lying around in fields most likely unless sheets of glacial ice carried them there from rock formations... or giants put them there. You could do formations like the Hyderabad Rocks which are formed by igneous processes and have been shaped by wind and water erosion into some beautiful formations. The badlands would serve as a great inspiration for the princes pass region methinks. One last thing, you could have some rocks still in the grassy sections but only where they feasibly came from rocky ridges or recent/old landslides.Hello Hello,
Someone who grew up on the great plains here with a massive prairie reserve south of her home.We don't have rocks! (Even in Africa, no rocks ) If we do they are narrow little strips which are very difficult to replicate well Minecraft, so I would just suggest having none
Also, the shrubbery is odd as it wouldn't coniferous (even if you used it for the darker color it's still not great). Mostly deciduous trees are present. Also, trees and shrubs are found in valleys and crevices between hills — where water runoffs would be. I do know that in African grasslands they're actually flatter than the ones in many parts of North America and have their trees more sporadically place due to their more adaption to the almost desert-like arid climate.
Here are the beautiful Flint Hills surrounded by my Alma Mater. These are a particular sector of the Great Plains along with the red hills and Smoky hills and ... if you wanna use Kansas / Nebraska as your Inspo this was what all my local biology and geology lessons were about hah! But as you can see no rocks, and trees found in valleys. And let me tell you, I had to really hunt for a photo with trees that were not planted by ranchers and farmers to prevent wind erosion. So really there just shouldn't be many.
However, all this said... I don't think "grasslands" fit
Grasslands as am referring to it, are found in the flatter parts of each continent, yours are in very mountainous areas. If these types of grasslands are what you're wanting be wary of that yours are too close to the mountains to really be true grasslands. I think something like the Badlands in South Dakota is a strong set of inspiration seeing that they're these huge sunken rock formations that occur within the great plains and are surrounded by prairie. Could look at some of the transition areas there for inspo!
Hopefully, this helps!
Just my two cents on the matter and id like to see people make cool Hyderabad rocks lol.