Mountain bristle grass or randjiesgras as Setaria lindenbergiana is commonly known, is a perennial grass that grows in tufts. The leaves have stalk-like bases. The leaves are pleated and the plant does well in shade, often found amoung rocks under trees. There are no awns on the inflorescence (Van Wyk and Malan, 1997).
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