We grow buffalo grass, bentgrass for putting greens and some very high-end grasses.
What does BG stand for?
BG stands for Buffalo Grass
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Derner says, "This may be due in large part to the traits of the dominant perennial shortgrasses: blue grama and buffalo grass.
The artist-author gives full tribute to her many sources of inspiration for "Buffalo" in a note from the author at the end, mentioning Indian historians such as Eaglelance and Nupa Kte of the Oglala Sioux, and Chief Washake of the Shoshone tribe, who said "A people without a history is like the wind on the buffalo grass.
Newspaper editors, bankers, politicians, and speculators distributed fliers, broadsides, and brochures advertising "the most alluring body of unoccupied land" in the country, and the government termed it "the last frontier of agriculture" Brochures described areas with paved, tree-lined streets, clean water, and railroads but, when the settlers arrived, they found only stakes in buffalo grass.
Native to the high plains, buffalo grass is extremely drought tolerant, requires little fertilization and only occasional mowing.
Sweetgrass, also known as Holy Grass, Buffalo Grass, Vanilla Grass, and Zebrovka, is one of the four sacred plants, (including cedar, sage and tobacco) and is used as a tool for prayer and purification.