You all need to be landscaped with grass because the appearance of the lawn enhances the beauty of the exterior design of your home. The type of grass that is planted in your area will do well in your yard instead of wasting money to buy grass that you have not seen other people planting in the surrounding. The yard will look uniquely beautiful if you seek advice from a landscaping professional who will help you to mix a variety of grasses that do well in the region. These are the type of grasses that are suitable for landscaping a lawn.
The ryegrass needs over-seeding with grass types like Kentucky Bluegrass to maintain the green look even after the cold season has gone. This grass grows so fast when planted in winter so that by summer it is almost four feet high. It is a winter grass; hence, it will need plenty of water so that by summer it will be mature enough to withstand low rainfall. You have to spend so much on water bills to irrigate the ryegrass if you plant it in winter unlike in other seasons. It has strong growth that will suppress the harmful weeds without the need of herbicides. Choose ryegrass that has perennial and weed-free qualities.
The northern and temperate climatic regions are the best places for red fescue grass to grow. In places where temperatures are high the high humidity will make the grass to turn brown and dormant but when the temperatures fall the moisture will make it grow again. This grass is resistant to drought because of its deep roots; hence, it will not die in warm seasons. It is resistant to drought will need you to irrigate it but not with too much water. The red fescue grass is suitable for sandy backyards because it grows well on sandy soil. Ryegrass and bluegrass seeds can be planted with seeds of the red fescue grass. Buy seeds of ryegrass, bluegrass and red fescue grass that are already mixed up if you do not know how to do this properly.
The Kentucky bluegrass very popular for landscaping because of its greenish-blue appearance. This type of grass grows better in regions with the northern climate. It has superb winter hardness, but some varieties of bluegrass are susceptible to heat and drought due to the shallow roots. It is best planted during the early fall.