|Close-up of a perennial ryegrass seedhead.|
|Perennial ryegrass seedhead in a lawn.|
|From a distance you can see the perennial ryegrass seedheads still present a month after being formed.|
|A close-up of the above photo.|
Here is a lawn with perennial ryegrass seedheads (although not noticeable when they are green) in the spring and the same lawn photographed during last year’s summer. Notice how the ryegrass seed stalks are still visible.
|Spring-time view of a perennial ryegrass lawn.|
|Perennial ryegrass lawn during summer drought stress in Indiana.|
Aaron Patton, Turfgrass Extension Specialist