Common names: Velvet Grass, Yorkshire Fog
Description: Perennial plant, dense and soft with erect stems reaching 50 cm.
Flowers: Flowering stems are erect, with a seed head of 5 to 17 cm. Seed heads begin purple with brances pressed against stem, during maturation they spread . And finally they will turn to a straw color and draw back into the stem once again. They will be easily recognizable by their velvety texture during this entire time period however.
Leaves: Flat blades to 5-18cm long, 4-9mm wide densely hairy.
Reproduction: By seed. Through animals, sticking to machinery, shoes, etc.
Flowering: Habitat and Ecology: Native to Eurasia