Showing 3 types of BLUEGRASS
Native to Europe, but one of the most widely distributed weed grasses in the United States. It thrives in turf, gardens, crops, roadsides, or any other open area.
Introduced from Europe, and now found widely in the western United States.
Introduced from Europe as a forage grass, and present throughout much of North America to Alaska. It also is used occasionally for turf in wet habitats, but does not tolerate dry conditions and thus is limited in its use as a turf grass.