Uses: Erosion control, companion grass for wildflowers
Facts to Note: Drought tolerant and able to take partial shade, low fertility, and shallow soils. In range plantings, it is a competitive understory grass. Not a primary forage producer but readily grazed by sheep (not cattle or horses). Good companion grass for wildflowers. Easily established in spring or fall, when nights are cool. Protect from weed competition for 1-2 years.
Winter weather has arrived, and your topsoil has noticed! No matter where you live, how mild your climate, or how landscaped your yard, your land is constantly being subjected to the forces of erosion. …