Warm season, drought tolerant perennial bunchgrass occurring on well-drained soils along roadsides, flats, benches and mesas. Provides good forage before going to seed. Starts growth in early spring and again in late summer. Establishes easily and rapidly, invades disturbed sites. Useful where perennial grass is wanted in the hot deserts of the southwest. Difficult to plant by drilling; broadcast seeding is recommended.Contact Our Experts
1 - 24 in.
BunchgrassNative or Introduced:
6 PLS lbs/Acre
0.80 lbs.Seeds per Pound:
Spring Summer Fall
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