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Canada Bluegrass



A perennial, cool season, introduced grass growing to an average of 24″ and spreading by underground rhizomes. Canada Bluegrass is similar to Kentucky Bluegrass but is unrelated. It has some resistance to drought and salinity, and is used to reclaim disturbed areas such as gravel pits, cut roads, roadsides, and mines. It is widely distributed throughout the United States, but is mainly found in the northern states. Varieties: Canon | Reubens | Talon