- Potomac Orchardgrass
Whether you are growing a type of oat hay, or alfalfa hay or timothy grass hay you may come to a cross road and want to try something new. Well what may seem new to you is a tried and true traditional grass that grows the way native grass would grow. This is a bunch Type of grass its a cool season perennial grass that has great yield and it is tall growing and tolerant to shade not too bad as a drought resistant hay option. It is a little less hardy than your fescue but it is tolerant when feeding and it works well with wildlife like elk and deer. This is a grass one stops when they see it because it grows tall and in bunches so its pleasing to the eye. Its been reported to date back to the 1760's here in the United States of America.