Landscaping the yard with grass will add more beauty to the exterior designs of your home. Find out the type of grass that does well in your region so that you choose the right one. The yard will look uniquely beautiful if you seek advice from a landscaping professional who will help you to mix a variety of grasses that do well in the region. The types of grasses that will best suit your back or front yard are discussed below.
Ryegrass is suitable for the cold season that does well in temperate climates where winters and summers are not extreme. When you plant the grass in winter, it will grow to a maximum of four feet by summer. The insufficient rainfall in summer will not make the grass to die because when you plant it in winter, it will be mature enough to survive not having water for a few days. The grass needs a lot of water, and you will have to incur too many expenses irrigating it when you plant it in other seasons other than winter. You will spend very little on herbicides because the ryegrass has fast and strong growth that takes up most of the nutrients in the soil and starves the herbs. The weed-free perennial ryegrass is the best for your yard.
The northern and temperate climatic regions are the best places for red fescue grass to grow. In places where temperatures are high the high humidity will make the grass to turn brown and dormant but when the temperatures fall the moisture will make it grow again. This grass is resistant to drought because of its deep roots; hence, it will not die in warm seasons. You will spend significantly lower costs on water bills if you have to irrigate the red fescue grass lawn in the hot seasons. It will cover all the tough spots on your lawn that has sandy because this grass does well on sandy soil. The rye, red fescue and bluegrass seeds will bring out a unique and attractive appearance to the lawn if they are mixed and planted together. Buy seeds of ryegrass, bluegrass and red fescue grass that are already mixed up if you do not know how to do this properly.
The beautiful greenish-blue view of the Kentucky bluegrass makes it one of the favorite landscaping grasses for the majority of people. This type of grass grows better in regions with the northern climate. There are several varieties of the bluegrass that do not survive in hot and dry conditions because they have shallow roots, but the grass is known for its resistance to adverse winter conditions. Early fall is the best time to plant the bluegrass.