Drought tolerant hardy fescue grass seed for lawns
Kansas City home owners that place low maintenance at the top of their priority list should
choose some of the excellent new turf-type tall fescues now available.Bullseye® and Turbo® turf-type fescue grass seeds have developed a
reputation for maintaining a dark green color and low growth canopy.
Only the most heat
tolerant and drought tolerant improved turf-type fescue grasses with superior performance in the
Kansas City area are selected for Heat Wave™improvedturf-type fescue blend. The deeper growing root system of Heat Wave fescue will allow grass plants to naturally access more
water and nutrients without the need of extensive watering. Heat Wave™ improved turf-type fescue blend contains new generation drought tolerant
fescue grass seed varieties having significant advances over early coarse fescue types.
Wave™ is the top quality improved turf-type fescue blend specifically selected for Kansas City. Improved
turf-type fescue varieties are chosen for color, wear, heat and drought tolerance. Heat Wave™ improved turf-type tall fecue is blended and tested to be free of
noxious weeds. Weed contamination routinely found in coarse fescue blends is never found in Heat Wave™ improvedturf-type
Macho Mix™, elite fescue/sports turf rye grass seed mix, specially selected for Kansas City. Very good shade tolerance as well as an
excellent full sun performer. Macho Mix™ contains 5% perennial sport turf perennial rye grass seed. Sports turf perennial
rye has the ability to hold the fescue up in heavy traffic areas. Great for play zones and dog runs. The quick germination
from sports turf perennial rye grass makes Macho Mix™ a valuable tool when needing quick cover or a fast start for slopes.
Heat Wave Plus: The latest advance in turf-type
tall fescue genetics is Heat Wave Plus mixed with a heat tolerant bluegrass. This combination provides turf with all the benefits of Heat
turf-typefescue as well as the healing and
thickening characteristics of bluegrass.
Ugly Kentucky 31 Fescue Clump
choosing a grass seed mix, read the label carefully. Avoid mixes that
contain course bladed varieties K-31 pasture fescue and other coarse fescue types. In our area, K-31 is a special problem.
By itself, it is a coarse bladed grass best suited for pastures and landfills