Bromus vulgaris Columbia brome

brome, Columbia (Bromus vulgaris)

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Columbia brome, also known as narrow-flowered or common brome, is an upland grass with a fibrous root system that makes it especially useful for erosion control. It strongly prefers shaded habitats including woodland edges and both conifer and hardwood forest floors. A good forage grass for grazing animals.

Plant Type Perennial bunchgrass.
Flower Color Green, brown.
Bloom Period May-June.
Height at Maturity Up to 48".
Plant Spacing 12-24"
Light Requirements Part shade, shade.
Moisture Needs Moderate.
Soil Type

 Adaptable to a range of well-drained soils.