Is bluegrass good to plant in Kentucky?

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  • Anonymous
    4 weeks ago

    Of course. They don't call it Kentucky bluegrass for nothing. The Spaniards brought bluegrass over to the New World. The northern part of Kentucky became so known for its large meadows of bluegrass that the region became known as the the Bluegrass Region of Kentucky, which is why there are cultural things, like music, named "bluegrass" and/or "Kentucky bluegrass," not just grass. Despite getting linked with the state of Kentucky in the American vernacular, bluegrass actually grows best in the northwest, in Washington, Idaho, and Oregon, which is where bluegrass farms are typically located and is from where bluegrass is shipped throughout the US to sod people's lawns as the most popular lawn grass. 

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