Origin of festuca
Examples from the Web for festuca
Concerning difficulties between Poa and the awnless forms of Festuca, see p. 114.
In Festuca ovina the ears are short, stiff, and erect (Fig. 13).
Poa and Festuca (see p. 116) are difficult genera for the beginner; several of the species vary considerably in detail.
Alopecurus pratensis has more depressed, flatter and broader ridges than Festuca, and a longer ligule, and lacks the pointed ears.
Bromus giganteus has leaves glabrous and very like Festuca elatior.