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Kentucky bluegrass (Poa pratensis; GRASS FAMILY [Poaceae])  Ubiquitous perennial lawn and pasture grass introduced from Europe (not Kentucky), with many varieties and cultivars.  Erect, hairless 12-18 stems grow from spreading rhizomes.  Long, narrow dark green leaves are folded when young.  Open, spreading oblong-to-pyramidal inflorescence.  [127]

 

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