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Western Wheatgrass



A long-lived perennial, cool season native sod-forming grass growing in small clusters from 12 to 36” tall. It is common to moist, sometimes saline to saline-sodic, and medium to fine textured soils. It has adapted to stabilization of disturbed soils because of its extensive, strong spreading rhizomes combined with a few deep roots. A good hay source and forage to domestic and wild animals across the Great Plains, Southwest, and Intermountain regions of the western United States. Varieties: Arriba | Flintlock | Barton | Rosana | Rodan | Walsh