Sandberg Bluegrass

Poa secunda, native
  • Short, densely tufted perennial with fibrous roots
  • Early green up in spring
  • Palatable early in the season
  • Most common native bluegrass in the western part of North America
  • Used to revegetate after forest fires
  • Tolerates cold, drought and shade
  • More noticeable in years of drought when more desirable species die back

Characteristics Table
Growth Habit Bunchgrass
Flood Tolerance Poor
Drought Tolerance Excellent
Salt Tolerance Poor
Soil PH Neutral to Basic
Soil Type Moderately Coarse to Moderately Fine
Approx. Seeds/lb 1,047,000
Canopy Mature Height Under 30 cm

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