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Some different types of grasses include Bermuda, Bahia, bluegrass and Centipede. Other grass seeds that are available for lawns include perennial Ryegrass, fescue and St. Augustine. More »

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Common cool season grasses include Kentucky bluegrass, perennial ryegrass and fine fescue, and common warm season grasses include Bermuda grass, St. Augustine, zoysiagrass and bahiagrass. Centipede grass and seashore pas... More »

Different types of grass seed include bahia, buffalo, centipede, St. Augustine and zoysia, and they do best in warm climates. Centipede, perennial ryegrass, Kentucky blue grass and creeping fescue are grasses that fare b... More »

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Types of grasses that might be found in the yard on purpose include St. Augustine grass and Kentucky blue grass. Grasses that are considered weeds include broomsedge and barnyard grass. More »

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The rate of grass growth varies depending on the species of grass and external factors such as weather conditions and the type of soil, but most grasses grow an average of 2 to 6 inches each month. Grasses generally fall... More »

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While most grasses prefer sun, St. Augustine grass is an excellent warm-season grass that tolerates full shade. Velvet bentgrass and red creeping fescue are an excellent cool season grasses that also withstand shade. Poa... More »

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Hard-wearing grass such as ryegrass can grow in a matter of 3 to 5 days, but most grasses take 10 days or longer. In most cases, the hardier the grass, the less time it takes for the seeds to start germinating. More »

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