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Common name: Bluebunch Wheatgrass
Scientific name: Pseudoroegneria spicata
Duration: Perennial
Family: Poaceae
Habitat: Adapted to a wide variety of soils, and areas with average annual precipitation of 8 to 24 inches. Do not plant in low, wet areas.
Blooming period: Midsummer
Color: Foliage is blue green
Height: 1-3'
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Bluebunch wheatgrass is a cool-season, drought-tolerant, upright bunchgrass. Growth begins in April and the plant stays green well into the summer (supplemental watering will maintain green color). The outcurved awns on the tips of bluebunch wheatgrass florets give the plant a graceful, luminous appearance.


Pseudoroegneria, pseudo- is a Greek prefix meaning false. roegneria- is a genus of grasses which is primarily found in Russia.
spicata, is a term which means "with flowers in spikes."
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