Botanical name: Eragrostiella nardoides Family: Poaceae (Grass family)
Synonyms: Eragrostis nardoides, Poa nardoides, Catapodium nepalense
Doormat Lovegrass is an annual or perennial clustered grass, forming rhizomes or runners. Leaves are borne in basal, vegetative shoots and inserted distichously along stems. Leaves are usually linear; sheath open or closed, with a commonly membranous ligule at junction with base of blade. Stem is herbaceous or woody, jointed, internodes usually hollow. Flower-racemes are single, erect, unilateral, 14-19 cm long; 2.5-5 mm wide. Spikelet packing broadside to rhachis; crowded. Spikelets ascending; solitary. Fertile spikelets stalkless, elliptic, or oblong; laterally compressed; 8-9 mm long; 2-2.5 mm wide. Doormat Lovegrass is native to East Himalaya, India, Nepal, West Himalaya, at altitudes of 100-1800 m.
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