Siberian Wheatgrass

Agropyron fragile ssp. sibericum

A bunchgrass, similar to Crested Wheatgrass but with finer leaves and it retains its greenness and palatability later into the summer than Crested Wheatgrass, though with a lower yield. It is very drought tolerant, growing in as little as 7” of precipitation. Can be found up to 9,000 ft. in elevation.

Lifespan: Perennial
Origin: Native
Habitat: Roadsides, Dryland pastures, Meadows
Growth Habit: Bunch grass

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