Weeping Lovegrass

Eragrostis curvula, also known as weeping lovegrass, is a warm-season, perennial grass with a deep root system. It is native to Africa and is widely used for forage and erosion control. It is drought-tolerant and can grow in a range of soils. Weeping lovegrass can reach heights of up to 4 feet and has narrow, blue-green leaves and attractive seedheads. It is also a valuable plant for wildlife, providing cover and food for birds and small mammals.

Weeping Lovegrass

(Eragrostis curvula)



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