fescue grass

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Noun1.Fescue grass - grass with wide flat leaves cultivated in Europe and America for permanent pasture and hay and for lawnsfescue grass - grass with wide flat leaves cultivated in Europe and America for permanent pasture and hay and for lawns
grass - narrow-leaved green herbage: grown as lawns; used as pasture for grazing animals; cut and dried as hay
Festuca, genus Festuca - a genus of tufted perennial grasses of the family Gramineae
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The farrier was a walking encyclopedia when it came to the natural care of horses and shared that fescue grass in the south is primarily what horses graze on.
Slobber from moose reduced toxin concentrations in red fescue grass (Festuca rubra), but only in plants originating from the core of the plant's range in Europe.
In amongst the questions about twoirons, fescue grass and FedExCup play-offs, McIlroy also had to swat away a predictable question about his emotional state following his split earlier this year from former world number one tennis player Caroline Wozniacki.
The course is framed by nine manmade lakes and rolling high-sided fairways with large undulating greens, wispy fescue grass and bunkers like green and gold waves rearing up from the earth.
This lawn's fescue grass is soft underfoot and thrives in cool, lightly shaded areas.
The girls next planted rye grass seeds in half of their pots and tall fescue grass seeds in the other half.
The 20-year-old mixed the sublime with the maddening as he flirted with the Marram and Fescue grass that put manners on some of the world's best players in yesterday's first round of the British Open.
Barnes, the surprise pacesetter after the second and third rounds, also faltered at the par-four sixth, pulling his drive and also his second shot into thick fescue grass on the left to join Glover in a tie for the lead at five under.
At the Studio City Library, in addition to New Zealand flax, mounds of blue fescue grass (Festuca ovina glauca) provide perpetual foliar color at the front corner of the foundation planting.
Ballyneal was designed by hot architect Tom Doak, who lists Pacific Dunes on his resume, and features the same kind of fescue grass that grows on Scottish and Irish dunes-land courses.