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bear grass

or bear·grass (bâr′grăs′)
n.
1. A western North American perennial herb (Xerophyllum tenax) having a dense clump of basal grasslike leaves and a tall stalk bearing a terminal raceme of small whitish flowers.
2. Any of several similar North American plants, especially species of the genera Nolina and Yucca.

beargrass

(ˈbɛəˌɡrɑːs)
n
(Plants) a North-West American plant, Xerophyllum tenax, belonging to the lily family but resembling tall grass
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23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Montana-based retailer of survival products, Beargrass Boutique LLC, today announced the opening of its new online store at www.
PAT DAY, one of America's most famous jockeys, who retired four years ago, now preaches regularly at Beargrass Christian Church but probably not at New Bethel Church, also in Louisville.
7 mile before entering lush meadows with white beargrass plumes, purple aster, orange tiger lily, columbine, cats ears and the boat-shaped leaves of hellebore.
The attendants each wore hunter-green strapless gowns of bengaline taffeta, and carried hand-gathered amaryllis bouquets accented with beargrass.
William and Annie moved with their children and slaves to the Beargrass region of Jefferson County, Kentucky, near present-day Louisville.
My wife had collected beargrass flowers for the camp table and we ate our meal in the rain at the end of a perfect day.
The 2-mile round-trip hike follows the lakeshore past rocky beaches and wildflower-rich meadows, ending in a pasture of beargrass -- the large white blooms look like bottle brushes sticking up through the grass.
We tied napkins with beargrass ($2 per bunch) and embellished them with lily pad-like Shortia, commonly sold as galax leaves ($2.
Dehesa Beargrass (Nolina interrata) The original proposal to list the "three California chaparral/scrub plants" (see FINAL RULES above) included a proposal to list a fourth species, the Dehesa beargrass, as threatened.
Subalpine fir grow arrow-straight from a forest floor of huckleberry and heather, beargrass and dwarf lupine.
Oxmoor Center, owned by Beargrass Corporation, is a 917,000 square-foot regional shopping center located at 7900 Shelbyville Road and I-264.