Turn Down The Tap

Kentucky is famous for a few things–among them its bluegrass lawns. What you may not know is that while bluegrass is native to practically all of Europe, northern Asia and the mountains of Algeria and Morocco, it is not native to North America. Apparently, early colonists to North Carolina, Tennessee and, of course, Kentucky brought grass seed in mixtures with other grasses that later became known as Kentucky bluegrass. Bluegrass is unique because it can be lush, growing from 18 …


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