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(Bermuda Grass)

Bermuda grass is a fine textured plant native to southern Asia. However it is naturalized throughout the warm, humid, subtropical and tropical areas of the world. The small, lance-shaped leaves are usually dark green to gray green and emerge from a loose sheath folded maturing to a flat form. Bermuda grass spreads by scaly rhizomes (underground stems) and flattened stolons (above ground lateral stems). Both the rhizomes and stolons are heavily branched, root at the nodes and produce dense stands...

(Male Bamboo, Timber Bamboo)

Male bamboo is one of the Eastern Hemisphere's most important plants for economic uses and is native to southeastern China, India and Southeast Asia. This is a tall, large clumping species that is drought and low humidity tolerant and grows well in areas normally disregarded as being favorable for bamboo. The stems, or culms, have been used by many local peoples in Asia for making paper, building construction, furniture, mats and baskets.

Male bamboo needs full sun in any well-drained soil....

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Jesse Saylor

(Tufted Hairgrass)

Native to temperate areas of the Northern Hemisphere, tufted hairgrass is an upright, open cool-season grass. It is a food source for wildlife, used for re-vegetation projects, agriculturally and for ornament. It forms tight clumps and mats. The dark green, hair-thin leaves are rigid, rough on the upper surface, smooth beneath and arch outward and turn golden yellow in fall and winter. Tufted hairgrass is evergreen in mild climates. In the summer green, loose airy inflorescences sit well above the...

(Bronze Veil Tufted Hairgrass, Tufted Hairgrass)

Native to temperate areas of the Northern Hemisphere, tufted hairgrass is an upright, open cool-season grass. It is a food source for wildlife, used for re-vegetation projects, agriculturally and for ornament. It forms tight clumps and mats. The dark green, hair-thin leaves are rigid, rough on the upper surface, smooth beneath and arch outward and turn golden yellow in fall and winter. Tufted hairgrass is evergreen in mild climates. The cultivar ‘Bronze Veil’ produces bronze-green, loose, airy inflorescences...

(Tautrager Tufted Hairgrass, Tufted Hairgrass)

Native to temperate areas of the Northern Hemisphere, tufted hairgrass is an upright, open cool-season grass. It is a food source for wildlife, used for re-vegetation projects, agriculturally and for ornament. It forms tight clumps and mats. The dark green, hair-thin leaves are rigid, rough on the upper surface, smooth beneath and arch outward and turn golden yellow in fall and winter. Tufted hairgrass is evergreen in mild climates. The cultivar ‘Dew Carrier’ produces thin, cream-colored, loose,...

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Russell Stafford

(Golden Hanging Hairgrass, Tufted Hairgrass)

Native to temperate areas of the Northern Hemisphere, tufted hairgrass is an upright, open cool-season grass. It is a food source for wildlife, used for re-vegetation projects, agriculturally and for ornament. It forms tight clumps and mats. The dark green, hair-thin leaves are rigid, rough on the upper surface, smooth beneath and arch outward and turn golden yellow in fall and winter. Tufted hairgrass is evergreen in mild climates. The cultivar ‘Golden Pendant’ produces nodding, bright yellow,...

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James H. Schutte

(Northern Lights Tufted Hair Grass, Tufted Hair Grass)

Native to temperate areas of the Northern Hemisphere, tufted hairgrass is a clump-forming cool-season grass. The leaf blades of the cultivar 'Northern Lights' are creamy yellow with a green mid-stripe. They assume a pinkish tinge in cool weather. In summer, beautiful silver airy inflorescences hover hazily over the plant, before turning gold and purple in autumn. This cultivar may not flower in some situations.

Tufted hairgrass prefers some shade and requires moist, cool, well-drained soil. Plant...

(Crinkled Hairgrass, Wavy Hairgrass)

Crinkled hairgrass is a small, clumping, evergreen grass native to a wide range of habitats in all continents except Australia, Africa and Antarctica. In early summer, it sends up slender stems topped with airy flower panicles which seem to hover like mist above its green, thread-like leaves. The delicate bloom sprays feature tiny, apricot-colored flowers that give way to small, tan seeds which are enjoyed by numerous songbirds. Wildlife friendly, the plants themselves provide cover for small...

(Crinkled Hairgrass, Golden Crinkled Hairgrass, Wavy Hairgrass)

Golden crinkled hairgrass is a cool-season, clumping, evergreen grass featuring appealing golden-green foliage. Highly adaptable, the species is native to a wide range of habitats in all continents except Australia, Africa and Antarctica. In early summer, it sends up slender stems topped with airy flower panicles which seem to hover like mist above its narrow, thread-like leaves. The delicate bloom sprays feature tiny, apricot-colored flowers that give way to small, tan seeds which are enjoyed...

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Jesse Saylor

(Hairy Crabgrass)

A common weed of lawns, ornamental plantings, vegetable gardens and all disturbed areas, hairy crabgrass is known by all who dig in the dirt. Native to Eurasia, this invasive grass now grows worldwide in temperate and tropical zones as a common weed. (However, it is less common in the southeastern United States.) A heat-loving annual, crabgrass thrives in heat of summer and produces loads of seed in one season. Fortunately, it's fairly easy to weed out and manage.

Hairy crabgrass is a low-growing,...