Native to the southeastern U.S. Makes an attractive lawn near the coast; tolerates salty soil, heat, and wear. Color is close to that of bluegrass, and lawns are pest free. In interior climates, it develops tough stems that turn brown after cutting. Mow to 3/4 in. with a reel mower and feed only between mid-autumn and late spring. Usually sold as sod under names like ‘Adalayd’ and ‘Excalibre’.
Native to the southeastern U.S. Makes an attractive lawn near the coast; tolerates salty soil, heat, a...
Native to the Pacific Northwest, these grow to 16 in. tall, producing clusters of dark blue, inch-long...
This is a good compact variety (1 ft. tall) with large deep red flowers bordered in bright yellow.