File:Megathyrsus maximus whole1 (7370586830).jpg
Introduced, warm-season, perennial, erect, tufted grass to 1.5 m tall. A native of Africa, it has been planted as a pasture grass, mainly in the 1960s and 1970s, but proved less suited to the climate than many other pasture species. Now commonly naturalised along roadsides and occasionally in pastures. Grows well in shaded situations.
|Source||Megathyrsus maximus whole1|
|Author||Harry Rose from South West Rocks, Australia|
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