many Skippers including: Hesperia uncas| H. assiniboia| H. leonardus|H. pahaska| Polites rhesus|
Birds, Butterfly Larvae
Densely-tufted grass with bluish-green leaves. It has comb-like seed heads which hang to one side. (Dodd)
This grass grows from a rhizome to either form tufted plants or mats of sod when mixed with other grasses and flowers.
This is a sod forming grass in northern North America.
It is a principal species of ""aspen parklands in Canada"" and ""grows in the understorey of riparian cottonwoods in the Central Plains""(Anderson 2003). E-Flora BC
It grows well on drained, low organic content, gravelly soils, sandy loam or clay soil.(Lady Bird Johnson)
This species is deer resistant. (Evergreen)
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