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There are three main blends of grass seeds that will cover your requirements for looks and usability. They are readily available as grass seed but you may only find two available as turf. If your lawn has to cope with dry or shady conditions see the next post.
Usually a predominantly rye grass seed or turf mixture for utility areas, play lawns, high use areas and for people who want their lawn care ‘as easy as possible’. See Lawnsmith® EASYGREEN.
Will stand up to the British summer just fine but if your soil or location is very dry and you still want an ‘easy’ lawn then a mixture with Rhizomatous Tall Fescue such as Lawnsmith® STAYGREEN would be better. Rye grass doesn’t like salt or extreme wet either so once again try a mixture with Tall Fescue – see the Drought Tolerant Lawn on the next page for both situations.
For a no fuss, easy repair, hard wearing good looking lawn this is it!
This lawn ticks all the right boxes from beauty to useability. So, if you enjoy the garden and don’t mind a little effort in the lawn care department this mixture will satisfy the proudest gardener. See Lawnsmith® CLASSIC Grass Seed
Apart from not being a ‘very fine’ leaved lawn there isn’t one – it’s that good!
If you want a beautiful looking, medium fine lawn allowing regular use without the demands of a ‘bowling green’ this is it.
This is generally sold as ‘luxury grass seed’ or ‘luxury garden turf’ leading you to believe you’re buying a quality seed or turf for a superior lawn. Unfortunately it has nothing to do with quality but refers purely and simply to the type of grass which, in this case, would be ‘fescues’, the fine bristle like grasses that are used extensively as bowling and golf course grass seed. See Lawnsmith® ORNAMENTAL Grass Seed.
It makes a cracking good lawn but………
If you have the time, money, machinery and dedication there isn’t anything better.
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