Invasive Plant Factsheet
Originally from northern Africa and Australia, this perennial grass is frequently used in ornamental landscaping. Due to its high numbers of wind-blown seeds, it is escaping cultivation and becoming a weed problem in natural areas. It is identified as an emerging threat in the Mid-Atlantic Region and is listed as an invasive species in Alexandria and Arlington, Virginia.
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