收藏 Collections from websites

 

Bluegrass is a cool season, perennial ground cover; forming a beautiful, high quality, dense sod when grown in pure stands. Grass color ranges from bright green to deep bluish green.

Bluegrass has a later green-up period and is often seeded specifically with ryegrasses for this reason. Bluegrass is one of the longest living perennials grasses grown. Although a reseeding grass; many factors over a period of time may thin or kill sections of these lawns and reseeding or patch seeding may be required. The reasons for this can be due to disease, insect damage, wear, climate swings, water deficiency, or other environmental factors. Reseeding affords the homeowner a chance to upgrade the present lawn with improved qualities.

Establishment: Bluegrass can be fairly easy established from seed or sod. Seeded lawns establishment depends upon a well prepared seedbed, application of a starter fertilizer, following seeding guidelines with consistent watering schedules while the seedlings develop and thereafter as needed. Due to the slower growth of Bluegrass, full establishment takes time (1-2 months is not unusual). This is one of the primary reasons to include Perennial Ryegrass in a Bluegrass lawn

Pros Cons
Often Creates Attractive Looking Lawns Typically not drought tolerant, requires water in hot summer months
Can tolerate extreme winter weather, full sunlight exposure, and moderate amounts of moisture Can go dormant during times of drought and high heat
Is a moderately durable grass Often slow to germinate
Generally doesn't respond well to shaded areas and wet soils

Source: Family Tree and Turf Care~Grass Types

猜您喜欢

This entry was posted on Thursday, August 3rd, 2017 at 9:04 am and is filed under 信息工具. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can skip to the end and leave a response. Pinging is currently not allowed.




Add Comment

Leave a Reply

Comment Rules

  • Example Rule 1
  • Comment rule 2
  • 3. Bold Rule
  • more...

Copyright ©2017 收藏.
%d bloggers like this: