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Ryegrass, a cool season grass, is often added to dormant warm season lawns in the winter to maintain a lush, green look until spring, a process called “winter overseeding.” This type of grass plant does best in temperate climates.
Ryegrass fits within the cool season grasses category, but does best in temperate climates with neither winter nor summer extremes. This type of grass plant is often mixed with bluegrass to use in sports fields.
Red Fescue grass is appropriate for both northern and temperate climates and is often planted in cool, shady mountain or roadside areas where low maintenance is desired.This different type of grass likes the cold and doesn't do as well in the heat. Click here to request a quote.
If you live in the northern region of North America, you should plant cool season grasses like Kentucky Bluegrass, Red Fescue or Ryegrass. This type of grass plant is dormant in the summer months and requires regular irrigation. To request a quote, please click here.
The type of grass that you plant on your property depends on the climate where you live as well as the look and feel you want from your landscape. To request a quote, please click here.