Rye Blue Grass Seed 90 10
Rye-Blue Grass Seed
Ryegrass and bluegrass make for the best mow strips in town.
Perennial Ryegrass and Kentucky Bluegrass Seed
Our Ryegrass Bluegrass seed is 90% Perennial Ryegrass seed and 10% Kentucky Bluegrass seed. This mixture works well in sunny and shady areas and will give you the darkest green color for thin-bladed mixtures. Rye-Blue grass seed works well for patchwork and overseeding when applied correctly. This special Rye Blue 90 10 grass seed mix can even be used to seed a lawn from scratch!
Rye Blue Grass Seed Information
Ryegrass Seed and Bluegrass Seed Ratings
Ryegrass Seed and Bluegrass Seed Drought Tolerance: 7
Ryegrass Seed and Bluegrass Seed Disease Resistance: 7
Ryegrass Seed and Bluegrass Seed Wear Recovery: 7
Ryegrass Seed and Bluegrass Seed Shade Tolerance: 4
Ryegrass Seed and Bluegrass Seed Heat Tolerance: 7
Ryegrass Bluegrass Seed Benefits
The Delta Rye Blue 90 10 grass seed is excellent for applications such as parks, schools, sports fields, commercial lawns, and residential sod lawns. While the Ryegrass and KBG grass seed mix will tolerate some shade, it is best suited for sunny areas. The ryegrass will help with disease resistance while the bluegrass supports a strong rooting system. This Ryegrass Bluegrass seed mix will grow into a sod lawn that is green year-round, excellent for family fun, social events, and an aesthetic sod lawn that will wow the whole neighborhood!
Rye Blue Grass Seed Lawn Care
Watering a Rye Blue Grass Seed Lawn
Your Rye Blue 90 10 grass seed lawn will need more watering during the first few weeks in order to ensure it establishes its rooting system. After that, regular watering schedules can be followed.
If you need a Rye Blue sod lawn faster than our seed can germinate, we can also provide an immediate Rye Blue lawn cover with our Ryegrass Bluegrass sod mix. CLICK HERE to view our Rye Blue 90 10 sod mix.
Planting a Rye Blue Grass Seed Sod Lawn
Planting a Ryegrass Bluegrass seed lawn will need the same type of preparation as sodding a lawn. Ensure to clear the lawn of existing ground cover(s), rototill the area, clean it out from sticks, rocks, and other waste and apply fresh topsoil.
We recommend starter fertilizer when seeding a new lawn, CLICK HERE to view our starter fertilizer.