Chewings fescue

[ choo-ingz ]
/ ˈtʃu ɪŋz /

noun

a hardy, fine-leaved variety of fescue, Festuca rubra commutata, grown in the U.S. and New Zealand as a lawn grass.

Origin of Chewings fescue

1915–20; named after Charles Chewings (died 1937), Australian scientist
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