Poa flexuosa; Wavy Meadow-grass is a grass species found commonly in the mountains and highlands. Generally, it grows on drier soils. It is very similar to the Glaucous Meadow-grass, P. glauca (for differences see the page of the Glaucous Meadow-grass). Both species have bluish-purple inflorescences but the Wavy Meadow-grass has green flowering stems where the GLaucous Meadow-grass has bluish-coloured top parts of these stems. The Wavy Meadow-grass rarely exceeds a height of 20 cm.
It is a member of the grass family gramineae also known as Poaceae.