Fescues, Kentucky Bluegrass
Cool-season grasses look best in spring and fall when temperatures are moderate and are tolerant of chilly winter temperatures. Cool-season grasses are less active or even dormant in summer's heat.
Cool-season grasses are on an “opposite” growth pattern than warm-season grasses, with different nutrient needs in summer and winter. As with the warm-season grasses, correct timing of nutrient applications keeps them looking good.
Our cool-season grass program is based on our proprietary Select grass program, with applications timed to optimize the growth and health of your cool-season lawn.
The Select program also includes targeted pre- and post-emergent weed controls for weed suppression throughout the season.