cocksfoot is a tall and quick growing plant, and both the stem and flower feel rough and hard.
It feeds on cocksfoot and other grasses from June to August.
Here is the rough "cocksfoot grass," with its head or "panicle" as it is called, upright and tufted.
It feeds on cocksfoot and various other grasses occurring in woodlands.
Sometimes a mixture of cocksfoot, English rye-grass, and white clover is used, or the two grasses alone are planted.
cocksfoot (orchard grass) was cultivated with great success and numbers of sheep were fattened on it.