Plains lovegrass is a native, warm season, perennial bunch grass. The height is between 2 and 3 1/2 feet. The leaf blade is flat and rolls inward under dry conditions giving a threadlike appearance. The leaf sheath is mostly basal, smooth, as long as internodes, and has a conspicuous line of hairs at the collar. The seedhead is a large and showy open panicle that is brownish green in color before seed ripens. The spikelets are 3 to 8 flowered and extend horizontally from main stem. Silver hairs are found around the stem at the panicle base.
Distribution: For current distribution, please consult the Plant Profile page for this species on the PLANTS Web site.
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