Fringed Brome

Bromus ciliatus, native
  • Cool season perennial
  • Starts spring growth around mid-May
  • Highly palatable forage for livestock and wildlife
  • Excellent for roadside ditches
  • Very tolerant to cold
  • Makes excellent quality hay
  • Found on a wide variety of habitats and sites
  • Adapted to riparian habitats and moist areas that can become seasonally dry
  • Tolerant to poorly drained soils
  • Can be found as far north as the Alaska interior

Characteristics Table
Growth Habit Bunchgrass
Flood Tolerance Fair
Drought Tolerance Good
Salt Tolerance Fair
Soil PH Acidic
to Neutral
Soil Type Moderately Coarse to Moderately Fine
Approx. Seeds/lb 236,000
Canopy Mature Height 50-100 cm

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