Grass seed grows fastest when a climate-appropriate variety is planted at the correct time of year. To promote fast growing, match the planting season to the type of grass, cover the seed with a thin layer of compost, an... More »

The best time to plant cool-season grasses is during the early fall. Warm-season grasses, on the other hand, thrive when planted in the late spring. More »

Reviews of grass seed are available on and The reviews on these websites are customer reviews of the types of grass seed sold by the retailers. More »

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