Green needlegrass is a cool season grass that is native to the prairies of North America. It can be used both commercially in hay production, and ornamentally in lawns and gardens. Click on this article to learn more about how to grow green needlegrass.
If grass had superheroes, Thurber?s needlegrass plants would be one of them. These natives do so much and ask for so little in return that it?s a wonder they aren?t better known. Click this article for more Thurber?s needlegrass information.
While remains green for much of the year, Letterman?s needlegrass becomes more coarse and wiry (but still attractive) during the summer months. Loose, pale green seedheads appear from late summer to early autumn. Learn about growing this needlegrass here.
Texas needlegrass is a perennial of grasslands and prairies in Texas, and nearby states as well as northern Mexico. It provides good forage for livestock but it can also be used in landscaping for visual interest or to create a natural prairie in your yard. Learn more here.
California named purple needlegrass as their state grass because of its important history. What is purple needlegrass? Click this article for more purple needlegrass info, as well as tips on how to grow purple needlegrass.
Growing needlegrass plants in the garden helps reduce maintenance, since they are self-caring once established. There are several kinds of needlegrass. See which one is right for your garden needs in this article. Click here for additional information.
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