Ornamental Grasses for the Home and Garden
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Meyer, Mary Hockenberry; Mower, Robert G.
This information bulletin highlights 33 common ornamental grasses, sedges, and rushes with technical data and illustrations. The bulletin lists dozens of other grasses for use near ponds and swimming pools, in perennial borders, rock gardens, water gardens, shady locations, naturalized areas or for dried arrangements. Cultural information, a glossary and a key to selected types of grasses is included as well.
Cornell Cooperative Extension
Annual, Awn, Basal, Bristle, Annual, Perennial, sege grass, zebra grass, fescue, oat grass, ribbon grass, reed, sedge grass, switch grasstufted hair grass
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