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Creeping Red Fescue

Creeping Red Fescue

Creeping Red Fescue

Do you have a heavily shaded yard? This is the turf grass for you. Consider blending with 5-Way Fescue Blend turf grass seed to ensure great shade coverage.  Once again, make sure you have 3-4″ of topsoil and install as over-seed at rate of 4 lb./1000 sq. ft. or new lawn install at 10 lb./1000 sq. ft. to a new lawn.

Red fescue is a cool-season grass used in cool, shaded, mountain sites, such as camps, resorts, and cabins where low-input of mowing, fertilization, and irrigation is desired. It does not do well in hot climates, except in shady, dry situations. In areas where Kentucky bluegrass does well, red fescue forms an excellent companion grass to increase shade tolerance. Red fescue germinates and establishes slowly. It is moderately wear resistant.
Identifying tips
A very fine-bladed grass with a deep green color. The leaves are folded in the bud, there are no auricles, and there is a short membranous ligule present. Red fescue has two distinct growing habits: creeping red fescue spreads very slow by very short rhizomes and Chewings fescue is a bunchgrass with an upright growth habit.
Very low maintenance. It does not require much fertilizer and does not need excessive amounts of water. A high mowing cut is recommended. Red fescue has a high tolerance for cold temperatures and shade, moderate tolerance for drought and wear, and low tolerance for heat.

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