Collecting seeds of Britton’s beargrass

Britton’s Beargrass, Nolina brittoniana, is a Florida endemic that is in the Agave family and both federally and state listed as endangered.  It is a perennial with long, grass-like leaves and grows from a central clump.  It is found on well-drained, xeric soils on the Lake Wales Ridge and north to the Ocala National Forest.