Cool season, long-lived perennial bunchgrass similar to F. longifolia but is more drought tolerant, has a more extensive root system and is native to many parts of North America. Very attractive grass with deep blue-green color. Often used in wildflower plantings and sometimes as a drought-tolerant turfgrass.Contact Our Experts
13 - 24 in.
BunchgrassNative or Introduced:
10 - 12 in.
Not AdaptedSeeding Rate:
2 - 4 PLS lbs/Acre
22.10 lbs.Seeds per Pound:
An aggressive competitor that forms attractive drought-tolerant, erosion control cover. Slow to establish but very persistent once it becomes rooted. Survives with as little as 10 inches of annual precipitation. Used in reclamation mixtures or for dryland turf. (Released 1977, source of ecotype: Konya, Turkey)
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