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GreenView Fairway Formula Grass Seed Perennial Ryegrass Blend, 10 lb Bag
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- Ideal when you want to see quick growth, will establish quickly
- An excellent choice if seeding an area with compacted soil
- Highly recommend for heavy traffic areas
- Superior, dark green lawn color
- Contains only top-rated seed varieties for a premium blend
- 3333 sq ft coverage if seeding new lawn; 6666 sq ft coverage if overseeding existing lawn
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GreenView Fairway Formula Perennial Ryegrass
Germinates and establishes quickly, this fast-sprouting grass can poke up in as little as 3 to 5 days when the soil is kept damp.
Fairly fine texture and dark-green color
Perennial ryegrass may be seeded alone or in mixtures with other species. GreenView Fairway Formula Perennial Ryegrass contains 100% perennial ryegrass and features only top-rated seed varieties to promote the growth of a lush, green, healthy lawn. It is guaranteed to be 99.9% weed free. Once established, perennial ryegrass is a good-looking lawn grass with fairly fine texture and a dark-green color. It also has a glossy appearance. Interested in achieving a mowing pattern on your lawn? Perennial ryegrass will be your best choice.
Tolerates heavy foot traffic
Perennial ryegrass is also tolerant of foot traffic. It's more of a clump-forming grass as opposed to the fast-spreading bluegrass. It’s one of the least likely grasses to develop thatch problems (a thick layer made up mostly of dead roots), and it has some natural ability to fend off crabgrass invasion.
Best in sunny lawns
Similar to Kentucky bluegrass, perennial ryegrass does best in full sun. It’s tolerant of average cold winters (although not as cold-tough as Kentucky bluegrass) but doesn’t do well in oppressive heat, which as a cool-season grass, is why it’s geared for the northern half of the United States. The ideal conditions: areas with mild winters and cool, moist summers. As a general rule, cool season grasses grow best between 60 to 75 degree temperature days. New varieties have been bred for improved performance in more extreme temperatures as well as improved bug- and disease-resistance.
Perennial ryegrass tolerates brief periods of drought. It’ll go brown and dormant in hot, dry periods. Give a ryegrass lawn 1 inch of water twice a week in lieu of rain if you want to keep it green and growing all summer. Mow at 2 to 3 inches tall, and fertilize as needed during the growing season with GreenView Fairway Formula lawn fertilizer products.