Plant ID forum→What grass is this? And HELP!

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groggylbc
Mar 20, 2019 9:56 AM CST
Hi I am new here and desperate! My front yard is so brown and dying. My landscaper says this is Mondo Grass.....but i suspect its not. What is it and how do I bring it back? there is about 100 of them. Thank you
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DaisyI
Mar 20, 2019 10:44 AM CST
Welcome!

You are right, its not Mondo Grass. But, you should be able to gently pull all the dead leaf blades out from under the plant, like cleaning up an evergreen Daylily. After that, its a matter of waiting for new growth.
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Long beach ca
groggylbc
Mar 20, 2019 2:00 PM CST
Thank you Daisey. Any idea of what this might be?
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Calsurf73
Mar 20, 2019 5:09 PM CST
It's Fescue grass (Festuca)
It's a clumping grass that gets ratty after a few years. Try cutting it back to about 3" tall and it will probably come back.

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