KARMA PERENNIAL RYEGRASS
Grass Seed Mix
Karma Perennial ryegrass, one of the most rapid establishing cool season grasses available, gives a quick green color to any turf situation. It will grow in a variety of soil types and conditions, making it widely adaptable. From combating erosion on hillsides to home lawns, perennial ryegrass’ ability to establish quickly and form a dense turf will reduce weed competition. Additionally, perennial ryegrass is traffic tolerant, making it the right choice for sports fields, school grounds, parks and golf courses.
KEY FEATURES & CARE
Karma Perennial Ryegrass seed prefers to be in full sun, perfect for those 300 days of sun here in Colorado.
This mixture requires medium levels of water to keep producing. Water only when need and deeply until the soil is moist, not soaked.
This grass seed will grow in a variety of soil types and conditions, making it widely adaptable. From combating erosion on hillsides to home lawns, perennial ryegrass’ ability to establish quickly and form a dense turf will reduce weed competition.
Fertilizing your lawn at least 4 times throughout the year. The best times are in early spring, early summer, mid-to-late summer, and fall. Each time requires a different type of fertilizer, be sure to ask a City Floral expert for help determining which fertilizer to use.
GRASS SEED SPECIFICATIONS
6 – 8 lbs per 1000 sq. ft
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