Cool-Season and Warm-Season Grasses
Your location determines the types of grasses that will work best. The area in the middle of the country is the transition zone. Mixtures of cool- and warm-season grasses are often necessary there, but cool-season varieties are the most successful.
Popular cool-season grasses:
- Perennial ryegrass
- Tall fescue
- Fine fescue
Popular warm-season grasses:
- Common Bermuda
- Hybrid Bermuda
These articles will help you choose the right grass for your area and establish and care for your lawn.
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Warm-season grasses grow best in the southern regions of the United States, thriving on hot summers and mild winters.
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