Tufted slender unbranched grass to 60 cm tall. Slender flat bright green leaves to 25 cm long. Open pyramid-shaped flowerheads to 20 cm long with dense spikelets (stems with flowers) of up to 15 olive-green to greyish flowers.
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Spikelets (stems with flowers) are densely packed, up to 12 cm long. Distinctive longitudinal furrow between the two rows of flowers.
Perennial. Occurs in higher rainfall areas on a wide variety of soil types from sany to clay and a wide range of habitats and environments
Tracheophyta (Vascular Plants)
Magnoliopsida (Flowering Plants)
Source: Atlas of Living Australia
Eragrostis brownii was previously thought to be introduced to Australia but is now considered to be native to Australia.
E. browniiÃ_is a polymorphic highly variable species closely related to Eragrostis species in Asia and South America. It is a widely distributed Australian native species.Ã_