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Botanical BluePlay
Bluegrass is not actually blue; it's named for the blueish-purple buds that appear in spring. SlideDespite its name, the bluegrass in her yard had a vibrant green hue.
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Lawn ChoicePlay
When people talk about bluegrass in gardening, they're often discussing the ideal type of grass for their lawn. SlideI need to buy some bluegrass seeds for my front lawn renovation.
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Rooted in PlacePlay
Bluegrass in gardening oftentimes refers to the Kentucky variety, known for its use in temperate climates. SlideKentucky bluegrass might not grow well in this tropical climate.