What is this? September 13, 2012 by kk704 No flower to go by but hoping an Id is possible for this low growing meadow plant… Comments One thought on “What is this?” Karl Anderson said: Well, you have good pictures but I would still like to know how big the spikelets are (in mm. and fractions of mm.), and whether they are smooth or hairy. But failing that, I’ll take a stab at it: roundfruit panic grass, Dichanthelium sphaerocarpon. Those relatively wide blades that almost appear to clasp the stem are what I’m going by. It’s certainly a panic grass, anyhow, and one of the species that flowers twice each season, which makes it a Dichanthelium. The most confusing group of grasses there is in NJ. Karl A. Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment.