With a range that extends from Washington down to Baja California, Chinook brome is generally found growing in partly shaded areas in many different plant communities, from chaparral and forest, to shaded riparian areas and woodland slopes. Chinook brome’s attractive, graceful, arching form makes it distinctive among the native grasses in the Klamath-Siskiyou region. It is drought tolerant and wind pollinated.
Seed Germination Instructions
Chinook brome (Bromus laevipes) seed packets contain approximately 55 seeds.
No pretreatment required. Sow outside in fall.