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Sandberg Bluegrass

Poa secunda, native

  • Short, densely tufted perennial with fibrous roots
  • Early green up in spring
  • Palatable early in the season
  • Most common native bluegrass in the western part of North America
  • Used to revegetate after forest fires
  • Tolerates cold, drought and shade
  • More noticeable in years of drought when more desirable species die back

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Characteristics Table
Growth HabitBunchgrass
Flood TolerancePoor
Drought ToleranceExcellent
Salt TolerancePoor
Soil PHNeutral to Basic
Soil TypeModerately Coarse to Moderately Fine
Approx. Seeds/lb1,047,000
Canopy Mature HeightUnder 30 cm

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