10 Low-Water Ornamental Grasses ideal for Water-Efficient Landscapes in Eagle Mountain, Utah

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    10 Low-Water Ornamental Grasses ideal for Water-Efficient Landscapes in Eagle Mountain, Utah

     

    Adrea Wheaton, Center for Water Efficient Landscaping
    Larry A. Rupp, Extension Landscape Horticulture Specialist, Utah State University
    Michael Caron, Extension Associate Professor

     

    title page of brochure that describes 10 low-water grasses ideal for Eagle Mountain, Utah

    description and photo of silver spike grass and indian ricegrass

    description and photos of blue grama, blue fescue, and atlas fescue

    description and photos of ruby muhly gras and switchgrass

    description and photos of little bluestem and indian grass

    description and photo of alkali sacaton and key to symbols

     


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