Native to Europe. Perennial. C3.
Family. Poaceae (Grass family).
Moderately common on nature strips, roadside verges and disturbed bushland.
This is a spring flowering grass with an ovoid flower cluster on an erect stalk.
It is an environmental weed.
Poa: grass (Greek); bulbosa: referring to the bulbous base.
1: The anthers are prominent. 2: Flower cluster. Castlemaine. 3: The base of the plant is thickened to a bulb. Walmer. 4: The flower clusters are on slender stalks. Gowar.