|Common Name:||Tufted Hairgrass|
|Botanical Name:||Deschampsia cespitosa|
A densely tufted perennial bunchgrass that is widely distributed but most common on moist sites at higher elevations. Tolerates both poorly drained and well developed soils. Useful for forage, reclamation and restoration.
|Seeds per pound:||2,000,000|
|Seeding rate per pound₁:||7,000 sq. ft.|
|% Purity / % Germination (Typical)||90 / 80|
|Growing Regions:||All except desert. Moist areas.|
|Native To:||Throughout western U.S.|
|Exposure:||Sun to part shade|
|Establishment:||Light enhances germination. Cover seed lightly.|
|Water Requirements:||Moderate to High|
|Wildlife:||Very palatable to livestock and wildlife.|
Can be mowed as a turfgrass.
₁ Seeding rate is based on seeding alone. When seeding with other species the rates should be reduced. Contact us for recommendations.