Festuca ovina

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Related to Festuca ovina: Lolium perenne, Festuca arundinacea
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Noun1.Festuca ovina - cultivated for sheep pasturage in upland regions or used as a lawn grassFestuca ovina - cultivated for sheep pasturage in upland regions or used as a lawn grass
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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Furthermore, fine fescues such as Festuca ovina tend to be less competitive than other perennial grasses such as tall fescues (Festuca arundinacea Shreb).
fallax Ranunculus alpestris I Erigeron alpinus I Paronychia kapela I Carduus defloratus I Other species: Euphrasia minima + in 4; Geitm pyrenaicum and Campanula arvatica + in 6; Campanula rotundifolia and lberis carnosa + in 9; Festuca ovina 1 in 10; Gentianella ciliate, Botrychium lunaria and Solidago virgaurea +, Draba cantabriae and Veronica aphylla 1 in 14; Ranunculus carinthiacus.
Approximately 54 species of plants found in the flora area, Thymus pubescens, Teucrium polium, Festuca ovina as the dominant vegetation type.
MAKE the most of a south-facing hot spot with drought-busting plants planted through a textured carpet of tufts of grassy silver-leaved Sheep's Fescue, Festuca ovina, dotted with the spiky foxtail-like fronds of Meyersii asparagus fern from your houseplant collection.
5 (lance-leaved goldenrod) * Festuca ovina (sheep fescue) -- -- -- Festuca subverticillata -- -- -- (nodding fescue) * Fragaria vesca (woodland strawberry) * -- -- -- Galium asprellum (rough bedstraw) * -- -- -- Galium circaezans (wild licorice) * -- -- -- Gaultheria procumbens (wintergreen) * -- -- -- Geranium maculatum (wild geranium) * -- 2.
2001) are the result of the ontogeny and senescence of the tussock, as it was already suggested for Festuca ovina.
Sanadaj FaS AC627 Esfahan FaE AC4090 Ghochan FaG KC8005 Festuca ovina L.
Similar structures have been observed earlier by Watt (1947, 1955) in Festuca ovina L.