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Hordeum Jubatum

ABBREVIATION : HORJUB SYNONYMS : Critesion jubatum L. Nevski [3] SCS PLANT CODE : HOJU HOJUC COMMON NAMES : foxtail barley foxtail squirreltail barley squirreltail grass foxtail grass wild barley skunktail TAXONOMY : The currently accepted scientific name for foxtail barley is Hordeum jubatum L. [4,17,19]. Hordeum jubatum L. hybridizes with H. brachyantherum in interior and coastal British Columbia, where the two species share the same habitat [4]. Recognized subspecies and varieties of H. jubatum are as follows [4,17,19]: H. j. ssp. jubatum H. j. ssp. intermedium Bowden H. j. ssp. breviarestatum Bowden H. j. var. boreale Scribn. & Smith (Boivin) H. j. var. caespitasum (Sribn.) Hitchc. LIFE FORM : Graminoid FEDERAL LEGAL STATUS : No special status OTHER STATUS : NO-ENTRYABBREVIATION : HORJUB SYNONYMS : Critesion jubatum L. Nevski [3] SCS PLANT CODE : HOJU HOJUC COMMON NAMES : foxtail barley foxtail squirreltail barley squirreltail grass foxtail grass wild barley skunktail TAXONOMY : The currently accepted scientific name for foxtail barley is Hordeum jubatum L. [4,17,19]. Hordeum jubatum L. hybridizes with H. brachyantherum in interior and coastal British Columbia, where the two species share the same habitat [4].

Recognized subspecies and varieties of H. jubatum are as follows [4,17,19]: H. j. ssp. jubatum H. j. ssp. intermedium Bowden H. j. ssp. breviarestatum Bowden H. j. var. boreale Scribn. & Smith (Boivin) H. j. var. caespitasum (Sribn.) Hitchc. LIFE FORM : Graminoid FEDERAL LEGAL STATUS : No special status OTHER STATUS : NO-ENTRYThe currently accepted scientific name for foxtail barley is Hordeum jubatum L. [4,17,19]. Hordeum jubatum L. hybridizes with H. brachyantherum in interior and coastal British Columbia, where the two species share the same habitat [4]. Recognized subspecies and varieties of H. jubatum are as follows [4,17,19]: H. j. ssp. jubatum H. j. ssp. intermedium Bowden H. j. ssp. breviarestatum Bowden H. j. var. boreale Scribn. & Smith (Boivin) H. j. var. caespitasum (Sribn.) Hitchc. LIFE FORM : Graminoid FEDERAL LEGAL STATUS : No special status OTHER STATUS : NO-ENTRYA very showy and attractive Ornamental Grass, Hordeum jubatum, commonly known as Foxtail Barley, features clumps of arching leaves, with distinctive feathery flower spikes that are green flushed with pale pink or purple and fade to light tan as they mature. Bending downward as if nodding off to sleep, these long silky tufted flowers resemble the tails of red foxes. They are on display from late spring until midsummer and last well in fresh or dried arrangements.

 

 

 

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