Hare's-tail

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Hare's´-tail`

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n.1.(Bot.) A kind of grass (Eriophorum vaginatum). See Cotton grass, under Cotton.
Hare's-tail grass
(Bot.) a species of grass (Lagurus ovatus) whose head resembles a hare's tail.
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Lagurus ovatus (hare's tail grass) Don't forget grasses in your annual border - this one has lovely, fluffy white flowerheads.
Other exotic spontaneous plants like Gazania linearis, Lagurus ovatus, Lobularia maritima, Festuca arundinacea are either associated with or have escaped from gardens.
rigida, Avena sterilis, Clinopodium nepeta, Crepis neglecta, Dasypyrum villosum, Foeniculum vulgare, Hordeum bulbosum, Knautia integrifolia, Lagurus ovatus, Tyrimnus leucographus, Vicia villosa, Vulpia ligustica.
Other species: Companions: Daucus gingidium, Hypericum perfoliatum and Hyoseris radiata +, Calamintha nepeta 1, in 1; Daucus gingidium +, Pallenis spinosa 1 , Plantago lanceolata 2, Calamintha nepeta 3, in 2; Asteriscus spinosus and Medicago polymorpha +, in 3; Calendula arvensis and Plantago lanceolata +, Vulpia muralis 2, Rostraria cristata 3, in 4; Lagurus ovatus +, Erodium laciniatum 2, Cynodon dactylon 3, in 5; Petrorhagia dubia and, Linum bienne +, Vulpia muralis and Serapiasparviflora 1, in 6; Serapias parviflora, Medicago hispida and Hypericum perfoliatum +, Cichorium intybus 2, Cynodon dactylon 4, in 7.