Phleum

Phleum (catstail or timothy-grass) is a genus of about 15 species of annual and perennial grasses. The genus is native to Europe, Asia and north Africa, with one species (P. alpinum) also in North and South America. They are tufted grasses growing to 20-150 cm tall, with cylindrical flowerheads with densely packed spikelets. ==Cultivation and uses...
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Phleum

[n] - grasses native to temperate regions
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Phleum

• (n.) A genus of grasses, including the timothy (Phleum pratense), which is highly valued for hay; cat`s-tail grass.
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Phleum

genus Phleum noun grasses native to temperate regions
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Phleum

Phle'um noun [ New Latin , from Greek ... a kind of marsh plant.] (Botany) A genus of grasses, including the timothy ( Phleum pratense ), which is highly valued for hay; cat's-tail grass. Gray.
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Phleum

Phleum is a genus of hardy grasses, with long panicles of one-flowered spikelets, belonging to the family Gramineae.
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