On cutting into base, found ulceration and a head of timothy grass, four or five inches long.
They were irrigated, and had been sown and re-sown with timothy grass and clover.
Just as the Englishmen had used only timothy grass in their cases, Koessler used rag weed exclusively.
Her pasture should be timothy grass or native grass free from weeds; clover alone is bad.
Out of the region of fennel we passed into one of red and white clover, timothy grass and wild oats.
Give me that Dakota cow made out of grain, with a tail of timothy grass, and straw legs, and corn ear horns.
On the other side, where timothy grass and oats had grown, was stubble, dotted by tall stumps and fern.
Tommy amused herself by tickling Busters ear with a long, dead stalk of timothy grass.
1747, short for timothy grass (1736), American English name for "meadow cat's-tail grass" (Phleum pratense), a native British grass introduced to the American colonies and cultivated there from c.1720, said to be so called for Timothy Hanson, who was first to cultivate it as an agricultural plant.