This is the mondo and some tiny green grasses, that we think might be baby mondo shoots but we are not certain .. as these are appearing around some but only a very few of the plants of our dwarf mondo That were planted in autumn - it’s been suggested they are weeds - are you able to tell me if their New shoots or not ??
It looks right to be Mondo. I would say that they look a little stressed, likely from overwatering.
Make sure that the ground has a chance to dry out, thoroughly, down to about 2 or 3 inches between watering to prevent this. They need moist soil, but the top needs to dry out, since this is where diseases will be most likely to live.
Here is an article that will help:
The dead patches have increased in number and size over the past week. They are worst on the west side of the house. I am in Atlanta GA USA. Thank you very much for your help. Ben Weinberg
If you're sure the damage isn't being caused by slugs or snails, your mondo grass may have a fungus that is causing root rot. Perhaps there are spots where the drainage isn't the best. Pythium splendens is a disease that causes root rot and is common in mondo grass. It's possible to treat the area by adding compost, but it may need a fungicide labeled for a drench application to mondo grass.
This is a link to our article about the general care of mondo grass: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/foliage/mondo-grass/mondo-grass-care.htm
I'm moving to Southern Spain. Will I be able to grow Ophiopogon Planiscapus, which is one of my favourite plants.
This one does appear to be common in Spanish gardens! Here is an article to help you with their care:
The moss field above the grass was giving Cow manure & possible some drifted over to grass ???? I have sprinkled 10-10-10 on my grass in hope of bringing back the green ???? Thank you for any help you have for me !
Was the cow manure composted? If not, it can burn plants. The yellowing could be from too much fertilizer, too much water, or crown rot. These articles should help: