There's not very much of this grass to be found in Bluefields. But there is some in the elevated front yard of the Moravian School along the main street; and it had 'dripped' out of the school yard to spring up in the cracks along the sidewalk four feet below. I rescued some from pedestrian traffic.
I planted the few small clumps I took out to False Bluff at the base of coconut trees - five or six trees, I think. The grass has established itself well enough that now we're taking clumps from those patches to put at the base of other coconut trees. And we've got a lot of coconut trees. The picture shows where hand-sized divots have been dug out for planting elsewhere (those divots are the size of the original plantings).
But one of the things about this grass I didn't know is the way it grows when it's starting out.