100% Kentucky Bluegrass Seed 5 lbs

Our Kentucky Bluegrass seed is great for overseeding and/or repairing thinning lawns. The seed matches our Kentucky Bluegrass Sod perfectly with color and genetic traits. Kentucky Bluegrass is the most widely grown grass in the Chicagoland area.

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Our Kentucky Bluegrass seed is great for overseeding and/or repairing thinning lawns. The seed matches our Kentucky Bluegrass Sod perfectly with color and genetic traits. Kentucky Bluegrass is the most widely grown grass in the Chicagoland area.
**Please Note: Kentucky Bluegrass seed can take up to two weeks to germinate.

Features

  • Genetic Dark Green Color
  • Fast establishing Rhizomes
  • Traditional Bluegrass look
  • Bred-in Disease Resistance
  • Seed Types: 33.5% Barimpala Kentucky Bluegrass, 33.5% Barduke Kentucky Bluegrass, 32.5% Barrister Kentucky Bluegrass.
  • Seeds up to 2500 sq. ft.
***Central Sod Farms Inc. reserves the right to substitute seed varieties due to availability. All substituted varieties and mixes will be of the same quality or better.
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  • If I order a bag today, is this the current mix of seed types or is it something different:Seed Types: 33.5% Barimpala Kentucky Bluegrass, 33.5% Barduke Kentucky Bluegrass, 32.5% Barrister Kentucky Central Sod Farms Inc. reserves the right to subs
    The current blend: 27 % Everglade KB 27 % Awesome KB 22 % Everest KB 22% Nuglade KB Thanks!
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  • I have a soded bank between two Hawthorn Trees, damaged by heavy rain water runoff from this year's June rains. The bank has thinned out. I plan on seeding the area with your Barenbrug 100% Kentucky Bluegrass Seed. When would be the best time to do thi
    Early Fall is the best time to seed Kentucky Bluegrass. The second best time would be early spring. Do not do it in summer as the heat and dryness will kill the seedlings. Thanks!
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