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The UC Guide to Healthy Lawns

Bunch-type grasses

Bunch-type grasses are named for their bunchy appearance, caused by the production of many tillers from the crown of the plant. These grasses expand only by tillering.

Common bunch-type grasses

Illustration of annual ryegrass
Bunchy growth habit of annual ryegrass.

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