Turf Type Tall Fescue Blend. Fescue Grass Seed. Titan RX Tall Fescue - 25 lb. Bag Titan RX Tall Fescue - 25 lb. Bag - $46.99 : Hancock Farm & Seed Company - Lawn, Pasture and Turf Grass Seed. Titan Rx turf-type tall fescue grass seed is the fourth generation Titan tall fescue variety.
The Titans are well known and valued for providing durable, attractive turf, even when conditions are less than ideal. Now enhanced with even more resistance to heat, drought, cold and disease, Titan Rx offers you an even more durable lawn, ideal for both sun and shade! Whether planting straight, or using in a mix, Titan Rx is a great choice for homeowners, landscapers, sod producers and athletic fields. Heat Tolerance Titan Rx can take the heat! In 2010, Georgia had record-setting summer-time heat, and by December of that year the differences were clearly visible. Shade and Cold Tolerance Titan Rx’s versatility can also be seen in its ability to grow in the shade. Self-Repairing Rhizomes/Aggressive Tillers Over time every lawn experiences some sort of damage, leaving bare spots.
Seeding Turf Type Fescue should be planted at a rate of 7 - 10 lbs per 1,000 sq. ft. or 300 - 400lbs. per acre. TLC Tall Fescue Grass Seed Blend - 10 lb. bag TLC Tall Fescue Grass Seed Blend - 10 lb. bag - $21.00 : Hancock Farm & Seed Company - Lawn, Pasture and Turf Grass Seed. T.L.C.
Tall Fescue Grass Seed Blend - T.L.C. Tall Fescue Blend is a special formulation of great-performing, compatible tall fescues fit together to create a beautiful, yet durable and hardy lawn. With its natural dark-green color and fine-leaved texture, deep roots, natural pest and disease resistance, and self-repairing rhizomes, T. L.C. Tall Fescue Blend should provide you with many years of beauty and durability. This blend is specially formulated with at least 25% Titan Ltd. and combined with only approved varieties specifically selected to enhance and compliment the performance of Titan Ltd.
Key Features: Traffic Tolerant Fast Establishing Ideal For Sun & Shade Excellent Pest Resistance Attractive, Deep Green Color Improved Disease Resistance Very Drought and Heat Tolerant Starting A New Lawn Or Repairing Bare Spots Ideal Planting Time: The best time to plant is late summer, early fall, or spring. Seeding and Sodding Home Lawns. Extension > Garden > Yard and Garden > Seeding and sodding home lawns R.
Mugaas and B. Pedersen Copyright © 2013 Regents of the University of Minnesota. All rights reserved. Introduction When establishing a new lawn, a common question asked is, "Should I seed or sod? " The pros and cons The most important difference between seeding and sodding is the time necessary for developing a mature or durable turf. Seeding Advantages More grass types and varieties to choose from Less expensive than sodding Stronger root system development initially. The Best Grass Seed to Plant in Full Sun Yards. The Best Time to Seed Grass in Cold Climates. What Grasses Grow Best Under Maple Trees? Tough grass for dogs. By George Weigel/The Patriot-News Q: We have two Labrador retrievers and want to plant grass.
I was wondering what is the best and strongest grass seed for our yard with two labs? A: Paws down, turf-type tall fescue. This is a deep-rooted, clump-forming grass that's the best cool-season grass in high-traffic, take-a-beating situations. As a bonus, it's also the most drought-tolerant of grasses you'll commonly find for here. The tradeoff is that the blades are a little wider than the Kentucky bluegrass, ryegrass and fine fescues that make up those classic "show lawns. " Some of the better varieties of tall fescue you're likely to find in garden centers are 'DaVinci,' 'Black Magic,' 'Rembrandt,' 'Taos,' 'Tombstone' and 'Masterpiece.'