marram grass


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marram grass

Ammophila arenaria, a grass found on coastal sand dunes. It is a XEROPHYTE that is capable of rolling its leaves to prevent water loss in dry conditions. It has deeply running stems (RHIZOMES) and roots that bind the sand in the dunes and thus is often planted to stabilize dune systems.
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The stoss slope of the incipient dune ridge is thickly overgrown with up to 60 cm high marram grass. The slope of the primary dune ridge is overgrown with grasses and mosses reaching 10-30 cm in height.
The fixed hind dunes remained morphologically stable throughout the monitoring survey and any areas of bare sand were progressively colonized by marram grass (Fig.
"It's great to team up with some other businesses, on the face of it you could say they are competition for the Marram Grass but we believe the key is making sure there is something on offer for everyone.
My third choice is a grass as that's the plant I most associate with the beach, especially Marram grass that knits the sand dunes together.
Instead, I tried to convey a sense of movement and was pleased with how the Marram grass forms a flowing circular shape'
The fire at Horton''s Nose was deliberately started in the marram grass - which provide an important habitat for wildlife such as the common lizard and burnet moth.
First stages of the work include a site clean-up and the planting of marram grass to stabilise the sand dunes.
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As the beaches were under constant attack by the LLuftwaffe weary soldiers dug slit trenches in the dunes among the marram grass or hid from the shelling and bombing in the cellars of buildings in the shattered town.