Hordeum jubatum

It occurs wild mainly in northern North America and adjacent northeastern Siberia. However, as it escaped often from gardens it can be found worldwide . It is hardy to zone (UK) 5. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Wind. Hordeum jubatum is a PERENNIAL growing to 0.

Suitable pH: aci neutral . The culms are light green to reddish green, terete, and glabrous. Alternate leaves are produced sparingly along each culm. The leaf blades are up to 4½ long . Splendid grass variety which was the talk of both our Open Weekend and our Press Day, so in response to popular deman we have now added it to our catalogue!

It carries silky, golden-greyish panicles in early and mid summer, which develop a reddish or purple tinge at the tips. Fox-tail barley is native to North America but is a rather weedy species.

Its nodding spikes with long awns are very attractive, and the species is grown as an . Taxonomic Source(s):, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Squirrel Tail Grass, Foxtail Barley. A most attractive annual grass with 2½ in. ADD TO WISHLIST ADD TO BASKET . Photos and information about Minnesota flora – Foxtail Barley: nodding to arching spike cluster to inches long, spikelets in 3s, 1-flowere glumes and lemmas awned to 3½ inches long.

Show All Show Tabs foxtail barley. Growth Habit: Graminoid. Short lived perennial which can re seed itself in the garden. Excellent as cut flowers.

Ячмень гривастый, Критезион гривастый, Критезион гривистый, Ячмень гривистый. Conservation Status: Introduced – naturalized. Plants: perennial grass.

Flora of North America: Flora of North . USDA Native Status: L(N), AK (N), CAN (N), SPM (N).

Common name, Foxtail barley. Synonym, Critesion jubatum. During early summer, this attractive grass can be found along interstate highways for mile after mile. It tolerates road salt and adapts readily to the dry gravelly conditions of the roadside. The long-awned nodding spikes move gracefully in the wind.

Recognized subspecies and varieties of H. The middle one is sessile and the two outer spikelets are on pedicels. Please click on an image for a larger file. It has been introduced to South America, Europe, . Primera página de la especie Inicio del sitio (Home).

Origen y distribución 3. Identificación y descripción 4. Impacto e importancia 7. Graminée courte aux magnifiques épis soyeux. Tolère le sel, le sable et la sécheresse. Effet visuel incomparable lorsque balayé par le vent. Se cultive dans un sol normal et même sec.

Nom commun: Orge à crinière.