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Full to part sun, wet to moderately wet moisture level, adaptable to most soils except rocky, moderately acid to slightly alkaline pH. 2-4 feet height, blooms in summer, yellow flowers, slow to re-seed.
Germination Code: A
Native Region: Only occurs in Sevier County
Cool season, clump-forming grass. One of the most widespread and versatile brome grasses in North America. Occurs in both prairie and conifer woodlands. Drooping, oat-like appearance. Attracts birds.