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Perennial Ryegrass Guide

Perennial Ryegrass: A Complete Guide Perennial ryegrass is a cool-season grass, meaning it is best suited for areas in the United States with cold winters and mild summers like those
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Crabgrass Guide

Crabgrass: A Complete Guide Crabgrass is one of the most common invasive lawn weeds across the United States. As its name suggests, it grows outward (called a prostrate growth habit)
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Centipede Grass Guide

Centipede Grass: A Complete Guide Centipede grass is warm season grass popular in the southeast areas of the United States. Its heat tolerance and ability to grow in less-than-fertile soils
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Tall Fescue Guide

Tall Fescue: A Complete Guide Fescue grass is a type of cool-season grass popular in the Midwest and Northern United States, due to its drought and shade tolerance as well
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Kentucky Bluegrass Guide

Kentucky Bluegrass: A Complete Guide Kentucky bluegrass is a cool-season grass, popular throughout the northern United States for its ability to withstand harsh winters and thrive in moderate summers. Named
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St. Augustine Grass Guide

St. Augustine Grass: A Complete Guide St. Augustine grass is a warm-season grass; therefore, it is very popularly used in lawns by homeowners in tropical and subtropical, capable of growing
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Zoysia Grass Guide

Zoysia Grass: A Complete Guide Zoysia grass is a warm-season turf grass commonly used in lawns. It is fine to medium-textured and ranges in color from light to dark green.
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Bermuda Grass Guide

Bermuda Grass: A Complete Guide Bermuda grass is a perennial, warm-season grass known by many different names, such as wire grass, couch grass, Bahama grass, and scutch grass. Known for
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