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If you live in environment with cold and damp winter times, you probably strugle to keep your lawn alive! There are only few grass types, which can tolerate this kind of weather, but here today we will only focus on exactly on these types of grass!

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Grass for Wet Winter

If you live in the territory where winters instead of being freezing cold, are damp wet – you have probably notice how the grass wilts and just won’t stay. Wet winter is one of those nasty types that can ruin your lawn in no time. However, there are certain ornamental grass types that can tolerate this weather, and therefore be perfect in any time of the year! You would be surprised on what miracles these grasses can do your lawn. Of course, if you would choose to plant these you will have to make the completely new lawn, however that shouldn’t be a problem. So here it goes, the list of the ornamental grasses, most suitable for damp winter.

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Luzula Plants

The Luzula plants is a very diverse species, as there are abot 80 different types of plants. However, some the farm specialists, such as Cloud Mountain Farms indicate that the “woodbrushes” variety is best for the lawn purposes. Other specialists point at another type of species, known as Luzula nivea, or snowy woodrush, and Luzula sylvatica, or greater woodrush, the last being particularly perfect in condtion of harsh wet winter.

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Leymus Cinereus

Known as as Great Basin Wildrye, this plant is considered to be perfect for cold climates with wet comditions and occasional short floods. These plants are known to have wide leaves and tall flower spikes that bloom in shades of yellow, orange and green during autumn. They are also known to reach up to 6 feet, and is not picky about the soil conditions.

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Idaho Fescue

The Festuca idahoensis, which is another name for this plant is perfect for drought and wet climats alike. It is a perennial plant, which means it lives longer than two years. It also grows in bunches, and has fine, bluish-green basal leaves.

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