B. Panicle spreading: spikets oblong: florets a-rowed: calyx taper-poitited; awns very long: leaves pubesceut. Common in woods, sides of hedges, and on dunghills. This species is more desirable fora#39; its leaves than for its stems; for althoughanbsp;...
|Title||:||An essay on the indigenous grasses of Ireland|
|Author||:||John White (gardener to the Dublin Society.)|