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Sheep Fescue is a cool-season bunchgrass that grows to just 16 inches tall and has very fine leaf blades. It is adaptable and non-aggressive, which makes it ideal for combining with flower mixtures to create a meadow or natural looking area. Because of its extensive and dense root system, sheep fescue is excellent for erosion and weed control once established.