Dried barley grass
- Scientific name : Hordeum glaucum steud, Syn. H.murinum L
- English name : Brome chess, Wheat grass
Barley grass is a herbaceous, annual, static plant, 10 to 50 cm high, which is propagated by seeds. The stem is 2 to 3 cm in diameter, without hairs, has few branches and its color is darker at the nodes of the stem.
The leaves are slender, pointed, sparsely covered with white hairs or completely without hairs.
The leaf blade is flat or folded, fifteen centimeters long and 2.5 to 7 millimeters wide, and at the base has an aryl or earlobe.
Spike flowers and spikes are dense, ovate to rectangular in shape, 3 to 7 cm long and 6 to 10 mm wide.
The central spikelets and lateral spikelets have lanceolate margins and the central spikelets have peduncles.
The spikelets are triangular, the lateral spikelets are short-stemmed, the gloom is narrow in the central spikelets and bayonets, and in the lateral spikelets they become narrower over time.
Due to its unique beauty, dried barley grass is also used as an ornamental dried flower in interior decoration. The export of barley grass has provided a great opportunity for wholesalers and exporters to make significant profits.
Place of growth and distribution
This plant is mainly found in sandy, steppe and semi-desert areas and along roadsides, residential areas and semi-high areas of gardens and fields.
Flowering time of barley grass
The flowering season of this plant will continue from May to June and in some warm regions from mid-March to July.
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