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Fringed Brome

Part Sun Grass

As a cool season grass, Bromus ciliatus grows actively during the spring and fall when soil temperatures are cool. It can tolerate a wide array of sun but prefers moist soil and has attractive, nodding florets off to one side of the stalk. Found growing in prairies and marshes, it would make a great addition to a rain garden, bioswale, or wetland.  Because it grows in a clump, it also provides habitat for birds and small mammals.

A Native, Naturally!™Grass