Hare's tail grass

Lagurus ovatus L.

A tuft-forming annual grass with arching leaves and pale green oval fluffy flower-heads that turn to light brown as they mature.

Very popular in floral arrangements this species can be used in various craft projects as well and easy to dye to suit your colour needs.

How to identify Lagurus ovatus?

What habitats does Lagurus ovatus live in?

Tuft forming common on coastal sand dunes and on sandy soils

What is the distribution of Lagurus ovatus?

Native to southwest Europe and the Mediterranean region, but widely introduced

How big does Lagurus ovatus grow?

Can grow to around 50cm high

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