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Linda's grass??? - BJF thinks it's not grass at all

Thinks same plant in his yard and it regenerates from bulbs

By Billy Joe Fudge

Since I don't know it's name I can only say that it is not a "true" grass, in my opinion. Just to the right of the plant in question is "Wild Onion" which as we all know comes back each year from below ground bulbs.

As you can see from the associated picture of the roots of what I believe to be the same plant from my yard, it also regenerates from bulbs.

I never had the plant in my yard until I made a clandestine, late afternoon run to move some rich, Russell Creek, bottomland soil into one of my flowerbeds. Looks as if crime doesn't pay after all.

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Linda's grass??? BJF thinks it's not grass at all



2018-03-04 - Green Hills, Columbia, Adair County, KY - Photo by Billy Joe Fudge, President, Homeplace on Green River.
Since I don't know it's name I can only say that it is not a "true" grass, in my opinion. Just to the right of the plant in question is "Wild Onion" which as we all know comes back each year from below ground bulbs. As you can see from the picture of the roots of what I believe to be the same plant from my yard, it also regenerates from bulbs. I never had the plant in my yard until I made a clandestine, late afternoon run to move some rich, Russell Creek, bottomland soil into one of my flowerbeds. Looks as if crime doesn't pay after all. - BILLY JOE FUDGE
A question??? Is any part of the mystery not-grass useful or dangerous to people or other animals??? - EW

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