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Definition of warm season grasses

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Definition as written by Calalily:

Grasses that need warm weather to germinate and actively grow. Sometimes they also need long days to really get going.

Definition as written by Terry:

Warm season grasses are more commonly found in the South (e.g., Zoysia, Bermuda, St. Augustine, etc.) They go dormant in the winter in colder zones, turning a tawny color - which some gardeners like and others don't. Some gardeners will overseed with cool season grasses to have a green lawn year-round.

Definition as written by talinum:

A grass that grows best in a temperature range of 80 to 90 degrees F.

Definition as written by Magpye:

These grasses are grown in temperatures above 70 and 80 degrees. They will go dormant in winter. Examples are Bermuda grass, a variety of St. Augustine. Other warm season grasses are ornamental such as pampas grass and fountain grasses.

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