Sandberg bluegrass

noun Sand·berg bluegrass \ ˈsan(d)ˌbərg- \

Definition of Sandberg bluegrass

: a densely tufted bluegrass (Poa secunda) of North America especially of the Northwestern U.S. having slender culms, usually folded leaf blades, and somewhat appressed branches

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Origin and Etymology of sandberg bluegrass

after J. H. Sandberg, 19th century American botanist


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