Monthly Archives: May 2014

Grass, Weed or Seedling?

One of the hardest things in the Grass Collection at the Arboretum is weeding good grasses from the weedy ones. And when seedlings are added to the mix, this is what you get: in the photo, there is one tall … Continue reading

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Suddenly Summer

After a rough winter, growth is slow, but all of the plants in the national grass trials are coming along, see that blog: grasstrials.com. I will do the final winter survival next week, yes the week of June 1 to … Continue reading

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Grass for pond bank

Today I got this question via email from a golf course superintendent: Any thoughts on a pond bank species/turf that will tolerate wet and fertile soil, and that would match a fine fescue (secondary) rough? We have a large pond … Continue reading

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