Meadow foxtail – sedge is a rhizomatous, retaker, perennial bell grass that emerges in the earliest spring. The inflorescence is similar to that of the mother-of-peas, only the bell is thinner and softer, as if shaggy. Their fodder value is good, but from an economic point of view, they have disadvantages, because they bloom very early, they ripen unevenly. So they are mowed at the beginning of flowering, because the stems harden later.
Use: suitable for complex long-lasting meadow and pasture mixtures.
Cultivation features: wetter and fertile soils of various types.