If you’ve enjoyed a break from the lawn during ‘No Mow May’ but ended up with ‘just grass’, then we hope in this episode to convince you of the beauty and importance of grasses in their own right for both humans and wildlife. We also take a look at a stunning plant often found amongst the tall grass, the ruby jewel that is Sanguisorba officinalis.
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Check out Sarah (aka Mighty Moth Girl (@MothMighty) / Twitter) giving a fantastic begginers botany class on grasses here: Classes for Grasses Episode 1 – Grass Structure and Anatomy – YouTube
Propagation, cultivation and varieties
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