Day 150 | May 30, 2014


“Cutting samples of carpet grass, pasture fertilization experiments. Coast Station, 1930” Station Annual Report, 1930. Photo courtesy of Clemson University Library Archives. 

Turfgrasses for the Carolinas

For over 50 years the lawn has been an integral part of the landscape. In many ways it can be viewed as the canvas of the landscape. Lawns are used to define the shape of an area, provide pathways between landscape beds, and for designating play areas. Luckily, Carolina residents have several turfgrass species to choose from to suit their landscape needs. 

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