Blue grass

From Biology-Online Dictionary
Jump to: navigation, search

Blue grass

(Science: botany) a species of grass (poa compressa) with bluish green stems, valuable in thin gravelly soils; wire grass. Kentucky blue grass, a species of grass (poa pratensis) which has running rootstocks and spreads rapidly. It is valuable as a pasture grass, as it endures both winter and drought better than other kinds, and is very nutritious.