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Common Name: Creeping Bentgrass
Creeping Bentgrass spreads by vigorous above-ground stems and forms puffy, dense patches of fine-textured grass capable of forcing out other turfgrasses. The blue-green leaves are flat and narrow, approximately 1/8 inch wide, and usually rough on upper and lower sides and on the margins. Small purplish flowers of Creeping Bentgrass are actually compressed panicles usually occurring in late spring or early summer. Creeping Bentgrass can occur in most lawns throughout growing season, especially in moist, fertile areas where the turf is closely mowed.
Height: 10-12 Inches
Spread: 10-12 Inches
USDA Hardiness Zone: 3-9