Ryegrass with RPR

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Ryegrass with RPR information

Ryegrass with RPR is 100% Perennial Ryegrass with Regenerating Perennial Ryegrass (RPR). RPR is Ryegrass that grows stolons, spreading new roots into areas that have been damaged by wear and tear or high foot traffic. Ryegrass looks great and stays green in the winter and is perfect for areas with kids or families who want a soft grass for home. RPR is a hybrid ryegrass that helps expand into damaged ryegrass areas and repair the grass much quicker than traditional Rye grasses. RPR also supports the ability of our Ryegrass to be a drought and heat tolerant blend. Our Ryegrass thrives in full sun, is drought tolerant, heat tolerant, and has great wear and tear recovery. With proper care, it will stay green year round, showcasing its beautiful dark green color and thin soft texture. Perennial Ryegrass is ideal for parks, schools, homes, sports fields and commercial applications, but we see the most popular areas being in cool climates with sun and shade and areas with heavy seasonal fog. 

Cool season Ryegrass with RPR

Ryegrass with RPR is a cool season grass, so ryegrass will look perfect even in winter. Perennial in the ryegrass with RPR name means the grass is not seasonal and stays active all year, making this once of California's best looking winter grasses.

 

Perennial Ryegrass with RPR ratings

Perennial ryegrass with RPR Ratings 1 - 10 (10 being best)

Perennial ryegrass Drought Tolerance: 7

Perennial ryegrass Disease Resistance: 7 

Perennial ryegrass Wear Recovery: 4

Perennial ryegrass Shade Tolerance: 4

Perennial ryegrass Heat Tolerance: 7

Perennial ryegrass Winter Color: 9 

Perennial Ryegrass fertilizer seed

 Sod and Seed Starter Fertilizer is always recommended when sodding/seeding a lawn. You can shop our Starter Fertilizer at the link below, or add it to your cart at check out. For Perennial Ryegrass seeding and over seeding, it is always recommended to use a

starter fertilizer.

 

 


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