When it comes to identifying grass types, it is easier to identify them when they are classified into cool-season grasses and warm-season grasses. Identifying the types of grass will give you a better idea of which grass to plant on your property. Read further to know which grass falls under each category and how to fertilize and maintain them. If at the end of this article and you give up or through in the towell, then please call us for a new lawn installation with sod or seed.
Cool-season grasses are those grasses that grow better in areas of the country that are usually plagued with cold temperatures falling below freezing levels. It also grows well in climates with warmer summer temperatures that have no extended periods of hot weather. The cool-season grasses include Bentgrass, Bluegrass, and Perennial Ryegrass.
Warm-season grasses grow well in warmer or hot climates with high heat and humidity. Some warm-season grasses need well-drained soil to grow while others need a sandy soil. These types of grass include Bahia, Bermuda, and St. Augustine.
Now you know which type of grass is suitable for your climate and which will be perfect to grow on your property. Remember to follow the tips out there lest your grass dies out.