Gallery,  page 33
These pictures were all taken on our lot.  All this growth happened in less than six weeks and
although the green is pretty, it will soon all be brown and I'll have to hack it down for protection
against grass fires next spring.  I've been told that the grass down here is mostly not native ...
supposedly there are about four major species that were imported decades ago from Africa by
cattlemen.  Some of it is higher than my waist and still growing.  
(Note:  it ended up being
literally chest high that year).
 It's also really tough stuff and we had to buy a commercial weed
whacker to cut it.  Beats me how the cows are able chew it, or why they would want to.