You all need to be landscaped with grass because the appearance of the lawn enhances the beauty of the exterior design of your home. Find out the type of grass that does well in your region so that you choose the right one. You can blend varieties of grasses that do well in your region with the help of a landscaping expert for you to get a uniquely attractive appearance in your yard. The types of grasses that will best suit your back or front yard are discussed below.
The ryegrass needs over-seeding with grass types like Kentucky Bluegrass to maintain the green look even after the cold season has gone. It will grow to about four feet high by summer when planted in winter. 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. You have to spend so much on water bills to irrigate the ryegrass if you plant it in winter unlike in other seasons. The grass makes the weeds to dies out without needing herbicides because its strong growth takes up most of the nutrients in the soil. Choose ryegrass that has perennial and weed-free qualities.
You can plant red fescue grass in your yard if you are in regions of northern and temperate climate. Do not worry about the grass turning brown and dormant in seasons of high temperatures because during cold seasons the temperatures will fall and they will be enough moisture for the grass to grow and turn emerald green. This grass is resistant to drought because of its deep roots; hence, it will not die in warm seasons. It is resistant to drought will need you to irrigate it but not with too much water. The red fescue grass is suitable for sandy backyards because it grows 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. You will find some sellers having already mixed up the seeds of rye, blue and red fescue grass in the appropriate ration to give you an easy time planting.
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. It has superb winter hardness, but some varieties of bluegrass are susceptible to heat and drought due to the shallow roots. It is best planted during the early fall.