Turf: Grass Types
Find Your Grass Type
We all have those areas in our yard where grass just seems impossible to grow successfully. Ideally, a blend of grass varieties and types makes the best solution since different grasses have different qualities, characteristics and habits. It is important when planning to seed your yard that you consider a blend or mixture of turf varieties. This will help ensure that your lawn has the proper plant for the proper environment.
Common cool season grass that spreads well and fills in bare spots. Will go dormant in hot, dry weather. Recommended blend with creeping red fescue and perennial ryegrass to up wear and drought tolerance...
Tall fescue, once it begins to establish, is a rapid growing plant capable of withstanding high traffic and partial shade. There are blends that are disease and insect resistant as well as drought tolerant...
In areas of heavy shade, you may consider groundcover or mulch instead of turf.
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