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Zoysia Grass Shade
- Zoysia is a genus of eight species of creeping grasses native to southeastern and eastern 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.
- relative darkness caused by light rays being intercepted by an opaque body; "it is much cooler in the shade"; "there's too much shadiness to take good photographs"
- Cover, moderate, or exclude the light of
- shadow: cast a shadow over
- Screen from direct light
- represent the effect of shade or shadow on
- Darken or color (an illustration or diagram) with parallel pencil lines or a block of color
zoysia grass shade - Zenith Zoysia
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There is nothing like being barefoot in zoysia grass in the South. Zoysia can tolerate wide variations in temperature, sunlight, and water, these grasses are among the most widely used for lawns in temperate climates. They are used on golf courses to create fairways and teeing areas. Zoysia grasses stop erosion on slopes, and are excellent at repelling weeds throughout the year. They resist disease and hold up well under traffic. The cultivar Zoysia 'Emerald' (Emerald Zoysia; a hybrid between Z. japonica and Z. tenuifolia) is particularly popular. In subtropical climates of North America, zoysia grass has naturalized in places. For landscape use it is available commercially as sod in some areas. In typical savanna climates (warm wet/dry seasons) such as southern Florida, zoysia grows during the warm-wet summer and is dormant in the drier, cooler winter months. It is popular because of its fine texture and soft feel, and low growth habit. It can form dense mats and even mounds that grow over low features.
zoysia fairway and rough near Tokyo
This is the typical summer appearance of a traditional golf course in the Kanto area. The rough is Zoysia japonica and the fairway is Zoysia matrella, the grass is free of weeds and produces a fine surface for golf -- July
Sony 50mm (?/1.4) | 1/2500s @ ?/1.4 | ISO 200 Zoysia Tenuifolia (Grass) I was nearly one month without taking pictures and I needed to capture something. Many thanks to the amazing f/1.4 DOF.