What is blue grass?

  • (noun): Any of various grasses of the genus Poa.
    Synonyms: bluegrass

Some articles on blue grass, grass, blues:

Blue Grass Stakes
... The Toyota Blue Grass Stakes, currently sponsored by the Toyota Motor Corporation, is an American Grade 1 horse race for 3-year-old Thoroughbreds held annually in mid April ... was named for the Bluegrass region of Kentucky, characterized by grass having bluish-green culms, which is known as the "heart" of the thoroughbred racing industry ... track in Lexington in 1911, the Blue Grass has, from its inception, served as an important prep for the Kentucky Derby ...
Clyde Moody
... In September 1940 he joined Bill Monroe's Blue Grass Boys on the Grand Ole Opry ... October 7th of that year, playing guitar and singing lead vocals and bass on the Blue Grass Quartet's first recording ("Cryin' Holy Unto My Lord") ... He was featured on that session singing "Six White Horses", a blues-based original ...
United States And Weapons Of Mass Destruction - Chemical Weapons - Chemical Weapons Disposal
... are Pueblo Chemical Depot in Colorado and Blue Grass Army Depot in Kentucky ... Pueblo and Blue Grass are constructing pilot plans to test novel methods of disposal ... Blue Grass is expected to complete operation by 2021 ...
Blue Grass, Virginia
... Blue Grass is an unincorporated community on VA 642 at its junction with VA 640 in Highland County, Virginia, United States ... Blue Grass lies along the South Branch Potomac River ... Crabbottom and Hulls Store before the Board on Geographic Names officially decided upon Blue Grass in 1950 ...
Iowa Highway 22 - History
... and Davenport, passing through Blue Grass U.S ... One of these sections - the section between Muscatine and Blue Grass - was paved in 1957, the same year U.S. 61 now went through Blue Grass, while Iowa Highway 22 now followed the Mississippi River through Buffalo ...

Famous quotes containing the words grass and/or blue:

    God, I can push the grass apart
    And lay my finger on Thy heart.
    Edna St. Vincent Millay (1892–1950)

    “... Can poet’s thought
    That springs from body and in body falls
    Like this pure jet, now lost amid blue sky,
    Now bathing lily leaf and fish’s scale,
    Be mimicry?”
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)