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Plant Name:

Fowl Bluegrass

Scientific Name:

Poa palustris


Fowl Bluegrass is a perennial grass with slender stems and narrow leaves. It forms tufts or clumps and produces small, inconspicuous flowers.


Wetlands, marshes, meadows, stream banks


Fowl Bluegrass provides habitat and food for a variety of wildlife, including birds and small mammals.

Growing Conditions:

Fowl Bluegrass prefers moist to wet soils and can tolerate standing water


Fowl Bluegrass is commonly used for erosion control and as forage for livestock.

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Fun Facts:

Fowl Bluegrass is a valuable plant for wetland restoration and provides stability to soil in aquatic environments.

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Matt Lavin from Bozeman, Montana, USA

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