Kentucky bluegrass (Poa pratensis)

Grass family (Poaceae) | Grasses plant group | Also known as Common meadow-grass, smooth meadow-grass
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Kentucky bluegrass is a creeping (by rhizomes), fine-textured, cool season turf grass.

Identification Hints
This grass features soft, narrow, linear, rich, medium to dark green blades (to 1/8" wide) and characteristic boat-shaped tips.
Did You Know?
Kentucky bluegrass is one of the most widely planted turf grasses for the northern half of the United States and is generally considered to be the standard by which cool season grasses are compared.
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