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Dichanthium sericeum grows in all states of Australia, but it grows principally in northern Australia, especially in association with Mitchell grass country in Queensland. It is restricted to warmer grasslands and woodlands with predominantly summer rainfall. It also grows in many other locations across Australia, but is more scattered and prefers warmer, drier sites. It is adapted to a broad range of climatic conditions.
– A useful pasture grass as it has a high leaf to stem ratio and is palatable to stock especially when young.
– Because of its distinctive attractive appearance it can also be used for landscaping as specimen plants or for revegetation.
Queensland Bluegrass grows best on the clay soils of the Mitchell grass country, but it also grows on loams or rocky sites.
The seed is supplied in floret form in a vermiculite mix. The seed will germinate only under warm conditions. Seed can be sown from spring to early autumn. Late autumn seedlings can be damaged by frost. Sow seed on or close to the surface (approx. 5 mm and no deeper than 10 mm) and keep the soil moist. Seed sown on the surface will dry out and not germinate.
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