Hare's tail grass
Hare's tail grass is part of the Lagurus genus. Its scientific name is Lagurus ovatus. It is a grass that typically grows as a perennial, which is defined as a plant that matures and completes its lifecycle over the course of three years or more. Hare's tail grass normally grows to a mound-forming habit.
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These plants have been known to grow well alongside Hare's tail grass so consider planting:
These plants will not grow well with Hare's tail grass so avoid planting these within close proximity:
These problems, diseases and pests are known to affect Hare's tail grass plants:
The flower heads are soft and furry. Larger than pussy willow flowers, they resemble little bunny tails. The botanical epithet is from the Latin ovatus meaning “ovate”
Bunnytail grass, Bunny tails, Hare's tale
Misspellings: Hare's-tail, Hares-tail, Bunnytails