Landscaping the yard with grass will add more beauty to the exterior designs of your home. Find out the type of grass that does well in your region so that you choose the right one. You should be creative when planting grass in your yard by having a landscaping company mix different grasses to bring out a rare but beautiful design. These are the type of grasses that are suitable for landscaping a lawn.
Ryegrass is suitable for the cold season that does well in temperate climates where winters and summers are not extreme. 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. Ensure that you buy perennial ryegrass that is weed free.
You can plant red fescue grass in your yard if you are in regions of northern and temperate climate. This grass turns brown and dormant in seasons of high temperature because of the high humidity, but it will continue to grow and turn back to its beautiful emerald green color when called the cold season arrives. It has deep roots that make it resistant to drought. You will not spend highly on water bills to irrigate your yard in summer if it has the red fescue grass. It proliferates and covers a lot of the sandy ground because it does well on sandy soil. Ryegrass and bluegrass seeds can be planted with seeds of the red fescue grass. You will find some sellers having already mixed up the seeds of rye, blue and red fescue grass in the appropriate ration to give you an easy time planting.
The Kentucky bluegrass has been extensively used by people to landscape their residential and commercial areas because of its beautiful emerald-green to a bluish color. It is a perennial cold season grass that does well in northern lawns. There are several varieties of the bluegrass that do not survive in hot and dry conditions because they have shallow roots, but the grass is known for its resistance to adverse winter conditions. You should plant the grass in the early fall.