A rapidly growing perennial, warm- season, introduced bunchgrass, reaching heights of 2 to 4 feet. The drooping basal shape leaf characteristic gives rise to the name weeping lovegrass. Prefers a light- textured, well-drained soil, and will thrive on soils of low fertility. It produces excellent pasture during early spring and fall if grazed close it palitable. Weeping lovegrass is distributed throughout the Southern Great Plains of the United States.