Garden Detective: Fiber optic grass, actually a sedge, gets its nickname from its distinctive seed heads.
Garden Detective: Fiber optic grass, actually a sedge, gets its nickname from its distinctive seed heads. HANDOUT Bee File Photo
Garden Detective: Fiber optic grass, actually a sedge, gets its nickname from its distinctive seed heads. HANDOUT Bee File Photo

Why did fiber optic grass lose its sparkle?

June 08, 2017 02:00 PM

UPDATED June 09, 2017 05:37 PM

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