A low maintenance, drought tolerant turf designed to conserve natural resources
Self-Repairing Tall Fescue
Tall Fescue has been converted by breeders into filling a niche for a low maintenance, drought tolerant turf. Breeders have converted tall fescue into a fine textured, low growing turf making the species more esthetically acceptable. Selection of new breeds of grasses, designed to conserve natural resources, is one of the simplest improvements that can make a positive, long-term impact in the landscape.
Tall Fescue conserves on irrigation requirements because of its deep root system. Additionally, advantages in disease resistance have further extended the environmental range of this species.
New hybrids with rhizomes
Dense, carpet-like appearance
Deep rooting and contains endophytes
Thrives in sun or shade
Uses 30% less water than Bluegrass
Improved Drought Tolerance
Turf Type Tall Fescue, Dwarf hybrids
Dwarf Tall Fescue
Summer: 1 to 1-1/2” per week
3 to 6 feet, depending upon soil type and watering patterns and soil preparation.
Rhizomes are roots that help wear recovery by spreading.
A deep extensive root system allows Tall Fescue to display excellent drought tolerance.
Very good tolerance to saline soil conditions. Amendments are recommended for heavy clay soils to promote drainage.
Prefers full sun, but adapts to 60% shade.
Rocky Mountain Region.
Standards and Measures
State inspected and certified for noxious weeds, diseases, and insects.
10 sq. ft. per roll. Each roll is 2 ft. by 5 ft.
Soil thickness 1/4" to 1/2" top growth
540 sq. ft. per pallet
200 to 350 sq. ft.
2,000 to 2,800 lbs. per pallet
Grown from 100% Weed Free Seed - 98% Purity