The Timberline bluegrass (Poa glauca subsp. rupicola)is a perennial grass.
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|Specific epithet ?||glauca|
|Timberline bluegrass (United States)|
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- People talk about 'cultivars' and 'varieties'. Here is a way to remember the difference: Cultivars are cultivated (artificially crossed and bred by nurseries and breeders) Varieties are wild (they occur naturally in nature).
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