drooping brome

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    drooping brome @ Kiba Park
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    drooping brome @ Kiba Park

Basic information

Flower Name
drooping brome
Formal Name
Bromus tectorum
Alias
drooping brome, cheatgrass
Habitat
Europe
Morph
biennial grass

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What is drooping brome

Drooping bromey, scientific name:Bromus tectorum , is 1.2 in grass of Bromus genus of the Poaceae department naturalized from Europe . Japan nationwide loss and has breed enters the hand of vacant land and wasteland in. All grass and soft hair, stem is hollow, but the slender erect ears droops heavily. Early summer-green florets that bloom in the summer, the leaves and stems color with color, and because less noticeable. Overall bloom towards the end, the first has a green and reddish brown.

Common name: Drooping bromey, scientific name:Bromus tectorum,origin: Europe, Habitat: Japan nationwide, Environment: wasteland and Glade, living type: grass, height: 20 to 50 cm and roots: fibrous roots, stem: hollow, erect curved lean to the monocot on leaf sheaths at the base of a cylindrical rod, wrap, leaf: linear, veins: parallel, leaf arrangement: alternate, leaf length: 5 cm, inflorescence: Cone on the spikelet, Petals: scales of to degeneration, spikelet length: 2 cm, flower diameter: 0.3-0.5 cm, color: green, flowering may - July, fruit type, Caryopsis, remarks: reproductive.

Detailed information

Order
Poales
Family
Poaceae
Genus
Bromus
Species
B. tectorum
Flower type
Actinomorphic Flower
Flower array
Panicle
Petal shape
no petal
Leaf type
Linear
Leaf edge
Serrated
Flowering place
Color
Green
Season
MayJunJul
Height
20 ~ 50 [cm]
Diameter
0.3 ~ 0.5

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