Zoysia

Zoysia ə is a genus of creeping grasses native to southeast and east Asia (north to China and Japan) and Australasia. These species, commonly called zoysia or zoysiagrass, are found in coastal areas or grasslands. The genus is named after the Austrian botanist Karl von Zois. ==Cultivation and uses== Because they can tolerate wide variations in te...
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zoysia

[n] - any of several creeping grasses of the genus Zoysia
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zoysia

noun any of several creeping grasses of the genus Zoysia
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Zoysia

A very thin bladed, slow-growing grass with deep roots that is resitant to drought and extreme temperatures.
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Zoysia

Creeping, wiry grass, often used in warm, dry regions
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Zoysia

genus of creeping grasses of the family Poaceae, containing four or five perennial species native to southeastern Asia and New Zealand. They are ...
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zoysia

perennial subtropical grass
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