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 How to Grow Japanese Blood Grass?

Answer Japanese blood grass (Imperata cylindrica) is a beautiful plant with shoots of red amidst the green. It grows about 50cm/ 18" in height and has sword-shaped leaves that emerge green and then turn r... Read More »
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Will putting hay over freshly planted grass help hold moisture and still let enough sun in for grass to grow?

Hay spread thinly will help, but your best bet is straw. It is not as heavy and also won't hold seeds from left over weeds like hay does.
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Which one is correct grasses grow or grass grow?

It's "grasses grow" (when talking about multiple kinds of grass) or "grass grows" (when talking about only one kind of grass).
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How to Grow a Japanese Maple?

Japanese maples are beautiful to behold in a garden and growing them is reasonably straightforward. Here is how to grow your own.
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How to Grow Grass?

Perform a fun experiment to see if you have a green thumb? Growing grass is fun and simple.
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