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Bowie Hydro-mulcher® Erosion Products Fertilizer and Seed
524 South Hwy 156 Justin, TX 76247 • 940-648-2751


Vigorous growth.  Found in low, moist, grassy areas and wood openings.  Found on acid to neutral soils with some sand. Native warm season perennial bunch grass found in the Southeast to Texas. Seed heads reach up to 6' but can be mowed as low as 4-6". Many times confused with Dallis grass which is in the same family, Paspalum, but Florida is not invasive.

Alternate Names

Paspalum difforme Le Conte, Paspalum floridanum Michx. var. glabratum Engelm. ex Vasey, Paspalum giganteum Baldw. ex Vasey, Paspalum glabratum (Engelm. ex Vasey) C. Mohr

Uses

Livestock: Young leaves are palatable and nutritious becoming less so as plant matures.

Erosion Control: Paspalum is a versatile grass that readily grows on disturbed areas such as road ditches as well as on sandy or poorly drained sites.  The bluish color of some foliage gives this species ornamental characteristics as well.

Wildlife: Quail, dove, and turkey all eat the large grain-like seeds.

Grow Height

Cold Tolerance

Minimum
Rainfall

Planting Rate
Acre

2-6’

Medium

30"

8 Pls.

 

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Paspalum, Florida

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