Hairy-brome

Bromopsis ramosa

Hairy-brome (Bromopsis ramosa)

An elegant, arching grass with long-stalked spikelets. It has dark green, drooping leaves, and very hairy stalks. Perennial Plant height 1.8m. Flower size 2cm.

Hairy-brome (Bromopsis ramosa)

Flowers July to August. It is found in shaded hedgerows and woodland. Common and widespread, especially in the south and east of England.

Photographs of Hairy-brome (Bromopsis ramosa), taken June 2012, local woodland margin, Staffordshire. © Pete Hillman 2012. Camera used Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ38.

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