It differs from other Brachypodium by the concentration of the leaves at the base of the plant, because they are not arranged in the same plane, and by the prominence of the leaf nerves. In addition, the spikelets are usually arched and rigid. This species has longer leaves than those of Brachypodium retusum. Height 30-60 cm.
Decorative, Edging, Game-covers, Restoration, Riverbanks, Rock garden
Seeds per gram
Soil - Moisture
Fresh to moist
Soil - Ph
Neutral to acid
Soil - Type
Sunlight - Exposure
Direct sowing. Temperatures 10ºC/20ºC. Lightly cover the seeds and maintain the humidity until germination is completed.
He likes clear soils from neutral to acid.
The laston is the dominant grass in the "lastonares", a dense and moderately tall meadow that grows in areas with good soil and sunny, often under the pines. In the vicinity of water courses or where there is groundwater.
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