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Cool season grasses

Tall Fescue Festuca arundinacea rolled Vernation membranous ligule Bunch, Rhizomatous deeply riged blade with a promient midrib
Fine Fescue Festuca rubra/ ssp. rubra folded vernation membraneous ligule bunch type very thin/ narrow blade
Creeping bentgrass Agrostis stolonifera rolled vernation membranous ligule flat blade / slightly creased on the lower surface stoloniferous used on golf greens and a very high maintenance grass soft blades
Perennial ryegrass Lolium perenne folded vernation membraneous ligule bright green blade with a glossy lower surface bunch type used on football fields
Annual ryegrass Lolium multiflorum rolled vernation membranous ligule thin really bright green blade with a dull upper surface and glossy lower surface bunch type used on golf course fairways in the winter
Kentucky Bluegrass Poa pratensis folded vernation membranous ligule boat shaped blade tip two distinct "light lines" one on each side of the midrib when held up to light rhizomatous high quality grass/ woody base
Created by: Dirtbikes1234