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Why are the stems of my grass so much taller than the leaves?

Looks like it was let go to grow very tall (like 10-12" tall) earlier this spring. So it resembles "hayfield stubble" more than "lawn grass" (which is not a matter of species, ...
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How can I harvest my own grass seed?

I too think a bagger on mower in highest setting, then aired dried to avoid spoiling, will work. Once dried, thresh and winnow
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Looking to lay a new lawn in the UK that is slow growing

"Chewings Fescue" is a slow growing grass. On the other hand, UK' rainy climate and growth in summer, perhaps better alternative avoid so much lawn, adopt a low maintenace garden. A "...
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Looking to lay a new lawn in the UK that is slow growing

I would recommend buffalo grass if it's not declared as a weed in your area; it grows relatively slowly, it's a creeping grass that does not grow very tall even when in need of a mow, and once ...
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Looking to lay a new lawn in the UK that is slow growing

There are slower growing lawn seeds for use in the UK - the slowest is sheep's fescue, but they're not particularly hard wearing and you have children so it's unlikely to cope with foot traffic so ...
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