What is the proper care for blue fox/fescue grass in the spring?
Our blue fox/fescue ornamental grass has new healthy shoots after surviving our snowy winter. However, the "old" grass from last year is all brown. What do I do with it? Cut it off? Does it fall/shed itself? Does it "re-green" as the spring goes on? I have pulled some of it out by hand but I don't want to hurt the plant.
Submitted by kucyn143

Hi, You should clip the old foliage away before the new foliage grows up and intertwines with the old. The old will not come back.

Answered by doug.jimerson