|Scientific Name||Dasyochloa pulchella||USDA PLANTS Symbol||DAPU7|
|Common Name||Low Woollygrass, Fluffgrass||ITIS Taxonomic Serial No.||512087|
|Description||Habitat: Sandy to rocky areas, desert shrublands, woodlands, Big Bend area, desert Southwest and Northern Mexico.
Plant: Tufted, mat-forming short grass 2 to about 5 to 6 inches tall; numerous wirey stems.
Leaves: Basal leaves, often white, and green stem leaves clustered below inflorescence; blades up to 2 inches long, narrow, linear.
Inflorescence: Dense clusters of spikelets, longer than subtending leaf blades, 6 to 12 white florets.
Bloom Period: Summer and fall.
References: SEINet and Jepson eFlora.
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Banner photo of Lupinus ssp. by Rick Capozza, Austin TX
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