Wavy Hairgrass ‘Flexuosa’

Wavy Hair-grass has fine leaves and loose flower heads with open clusters of purplish spikelets held on wavy stems. It flowers in June and July.



Wavy Hairgrass is a perennial grass, finding it on moorlands with mainly acidic soils, it occurs widely throughout Britain. It favours on drier free draining sites but does not suit prolonged periods of drought. It will tolerate light grazing and trampling and can survive in sheep grazed areas.