Previous scientific name(s): Melinis repens, Rhynchelytrum roseum, Saccharum repens, Tricholaena repens, Tricholaena rosea
Warm season, short-lived bunchgrass that may be perennial or annual depending upon growing conditions. Establishes easily and quickly on coarse, well-drained soils, and is very drought tolerant. Provides good forage to livestock. Its pink cottony inflorescence makes it attractive as an ornamental species.Contact Our Experts
1 - 12 in.
SodformerNative or Introduced:
5 - 8 PLS lbs/Acre
3.20 lbs.Seeds per Pound:
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