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Curly Mesquite Grass, Hilaria belangeri gets its name from the way the leaves curl up when it goes dormant, (perennial clumping grass) and because it is often found in mesquite tree groves. This is an Arizona native
Once established, this is a drought tolerant grass, and spreads by rhizomes and runners
Blooming Period: Spring/Summer
Exposure: Full Sun, intolerant of shade.
Soil Type: Gravelly, sandy, no clay soils.
Water Usage: Xeric once established