Blue Grama

A common perennial, warm season, native bunchgrass reaching 10 to 20”. It reproduces by tillering and by seed. Mature seed heads are curved, resembling a human eyebrow. This grass demonstrates good drought, fair salinity, and moderate alkalinity tolerances. It does not tolerate dense shade, flooding, a high water table, or acid soils. Blue Grama is distributed throughout the western United States, but primarily throughout the Great Plains.
Varieties:
Alma | Bad River | Hachita | Lovington

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