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Thunder Turf

Full sun. A mix of buffalo grass, blue grama and curly mesquite; it can establish fairly quickly by seed (in about one month.) Thunderturf aims to provide a soft native texture suitable for bare [...]

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Habiturf

Full sun. A native turf mix (\”The Ecological Lawn\”) consisting of a mix of buffalo grass, blue grama and curly mesquite; it establishes quickly (in about one month) requires little [...]

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Curly Mesquite Grass

Sun (at least 6 hours/day during summer.) A warm season shortgrass, drought tolerant and useful as a turf grass. It may grow up to about a foot in height, but normally stays at about six inches. [...]

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Cedar Sedge

A small evergreen sedge, appearing as a grasslike texture in the shade underneath mountain cedar and other prairie grasses. It grows as a single clump, not a turf, but can be paired with [...]

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Seep Muhly

Full sun. A small perennial bunchgrass common on weeping limestone outcrops like those common in northern Bexar County. Its older leaves form distinctive, dense, curling fibrous masses; these [...]

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Blue Grama

Sun. A short 4\” bunchgrass with thin leaves and a plush texture. The large seedheads may extend up to a foot or more in autumn, suspended horizontally from the stems.\n\nFully grown blue [...]

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Big Bluestem

Full sun or part shade; a tall, majestic native perennial grass. Leaves and stems exhibit a wide range of colors: green, blue, red and even purple, all on the same plant. Bunches of leaves grow [...]

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Yellow Indiangrass

Full sun or part shade; a tall, majestic native perennial. Bunches of blue-green leaves grow up to 3 feet tall, with seed-heads on stems up to 6 feet. Does well in landscapes as an accent or [...]

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Ryegrass

Sun. A cool-season grass used as a turf cover crop in high-traffic areas like golf courses, ballfields, and some ranches. It is occasionally used in residential lawns; it works best in yards with [...]

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Buffalo Grass

Sun (not shade). A native grass used as turf; the blue-green color and delicate white seed heads make a soft, plush lawn. Buffalograss is suitable for lawns without much foot traffic, but its [...]

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