Tennessee Smart Yards Native Plants

A comprehensive database of Tennessee native plants

Silky Wild Rye, Hairy Wild Rye

Silky Wild Rye, Hairy Wild Rye

Elymus villosus

Part to full shade, moderately wet to moderately dry moisture level, prefers fertile loam but tolerates sandy and clay soils.  2 ½ – 3 ½ feet height, blooms in summer, green flower.

Germination Code:  A

Native Region:  Statewide

Cool season. An attractive woodland grass.  Easy to grow.

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