Hairy Woollygrass

Hairy Tridens

Hairy Erioneuron, Hairy Woollygrass

Erioneuron pilosum (Buckl.) Nash

Whole plant

Family : Poaceae

Longevity : Perennial

Origin : Native

Season : Warm

Hairy Tridens is a hairless grass with white midribbed leaves. It is four to twelve inches in height and grows in dry plains and rocky hillsides of the South Texas Plains and Edwards Plateau. Hairy Tridens flowers from April to October but is poor in forage value.

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