Weeping Lovegrass is a rapidly-growing warm-season Bunchgrass that was introduced into the United States from East Africa. The many long, narrow leaves emerging from a tight tuft are pendulous, with the tips almost touching the ground. The drooping leaf characteristic gives rise to the name "weeping" Lovegrass. Leaf height is rarely above 12 in. The seedheads are open panicles, reaching a height of 30 to 40 in., and containing numerous small, fine seeds.