Bromus pubescens / Hairy Woodland Brome


A woodland grass with elegant, drooping panicles bearing grouped, oat-like seed clusters. Grows in glades, riparian soils, edges, and rich woods.

Our native grasses provide diversity of form and species in gardens and restorations. Their hollow stems provide nesting sites for pollinators, and their fibrous roots hold soil and decrease erosion.

Height: 2′ – 4′         Blooms: June

Siting: Dry to moist, part sun to shade

Deer Resistance: High

Provenance: NJ


Additional information


Quart, Cube, Quart