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Rough Bluegrass



A perennial, cool season, introduced grass that spreads by stolons and forms dense, thick patches. The leaf blades are upright at first, but tend to lay down and mat as the patches become older. It is capable of withstanding a considerable amount of shade if sufficient moisture is present. Rough bluegrass is considered a nuisance in the Rocky Mountain region but can be a beneficial grass in other parts of the US.