Dried lagurus grass
- English name : bunny tail , Hare’s tail grass
- Scientific name : Lagurus ovatus
- Family : Poaceae
- Tribe : Poeae
- Subtribe : Aveninae
- Genus : Lagurus
- Native : Europe and Africa
- Habitat : Roadside, sand dunes, farms and gardens
- Propagation method : by seed
Dried lagurus grass : The lagurus grass , also known as the bunny tail, is a weed that can grow easily in gardens.
This plant covers a wide range of European and African countries.
So they are easy to find in Algeria, Egypt, Tunisia, Spain, Greece, West Asia, Ukraine and many other countries. To date, this plant is known to be found naturally in most parts of southern and eastern Australia.
This plant is mainly seen in coastal areas. Of course, these areas are not the only lands where they can grow. This plant grows on roadsides and sand dunes.
The lagurus grass is one of Iran’s exports and has provided a great opportunity for Iranian traders to bring a lot of currency to the country by exporting dried laurel flowers or rabbit tails.
Breeding and propagating dried lagurus grass or bunny tails have many customers due to their unique beauty and therefore bring significant benefits to producers.
The export of dried lagurus grass has provided a great opportunity for wholesalers and exporters of dried lagurus grass ( bunny tail ) to make significant profits.
Characteristics of the lagurus grass
- Seed germination time is a maximum of two weeks.
- It needs sunlight to live.
- The width of the plant is not more than 30 cm and its height reaches one meter.
- The stems and leaves of lagurus grass are silver and the flowers are Beige color. The good thing is that this plant does not change color with the onset of autumn.
- This plant needs well-drained soil, in full sun and planting in sand.
- Flowering of lagurus grass usually occurs between May and August.
- The entire lagurus grass ( bunny tail ) is covered with a kind of hair, and this feature is mostly seen in its
- leaves, which are arranged alternately along the stems.
Propagation of lagurus grass
The lagurus grass is propagated by seeds. In autumn, after drying and ripening, the spores are harvested from the spicules. Planting of this plant begins in April in a greenhouse or small pots and then transferred to a permanent place.
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