County Extensions Frequently Asked Questions
Out of the six lawngrasses that will grow in Florida, only two are considered low maintenance for this area. The most widely used grass is St. Augustine, the other is Bahiagrass. St. Augustine varieties, such as Floratam, make a good carpet-like lawn. Bahia is more open-growing but will also make an acceptable lawn. Both grasses come as sod, but only Bahiagrass can be planted from seed. St. Augustine varieties have to be plugged or sprigged.
Green Leaf Landscaping, Inc.
We will come out every week on your regularly scheduled mowing day. If you grass simply hasn't grown that week, we don't feel right charging you, so we will skip your lawn. There is no need to call us if you think your grass hasn't grown - chances are we will be in your neighborhood anyway, and can determine if your grass should be cut.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, grass will definitely grow in the mulch. The cedar mulch does not chemically retard the growth. I believe this misconception stems from mulching without reseeding in thick cedar areas where no grass remained under the trees. If there are seeds there they will grow, but if there is nothing, the results are predictable. This is why we recommend seeding many of our clearing jobs.
Phoenix Flower Farm
Maybe you shouldn’t. If grass can’t compete with moss, it may not be the best location for it. We sell many good shade ground covers. If you’re determined to grow grass, remember:
Trampolines4Fun - FAQs
Yes- in fact grass tends to grow greener and faster under the trampoline as the mat still allows some sunlight through. When mowing your lawn, simply drag your trampoline out of the way.
Frequently Asked Questions
Flood hazard maps, also known as Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs), are important tools in the effort to protect lives and properties in Hernando County. They indicate the risk for flooding throughout the [county/community]. However, the current maps are out of date. Some formerly rural areas were never mapped in detail, and other areas haven't been re-mapped in more than [local statistic] years.
PAPHIOPEDILUM: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
To a certain extent, determining pot size will take into consideration your growing conditions, potting medium and watering habits, but as a general rule you do not want to over pot Paphs, as this leads frequently to root loss over time. Rather pot them so that the roots just comfortably fit into the pot, like a hat on your head: snug enough to stay on but not uncomfortably tight. The other consideration in a pot for Paphs is that it have sufficient drainage.
Harris County Flood Control District - The Vogel Creek Conve...
The District's Infrastructure Division is responsible for the establishment and maintenance of all vegetation. Once the construction project is complete and the vegetation has been re-established, the property will once again be added to our inventory of property, and regular maintenance will be scheduled. The District focuses the mowing efforts in three annual mowing cycles.
Welcome To Pluggerz Lawn Aeration .:
Yes. Healthy grass will grow faster and thicker. If you hate to mow lush, green grass...aeration, fertilizing, and watering are counterproductive.
Atlas Turf - FAQs
No grass will grow in complete shade however we have found Sir Walter to perform the best in shaded areas if mown longer than normal prior to winter. Generally Sir Walter requires a minimum of 3 hours of direct sunlight or 4 hours of filtered sunlight per day.
Oklahoma Cooperative OSU Extension FAQ
Bahia will grow in all the counties in southeast Oklahoma until we have an extremely cold winter. It will withstand the winters best in Atoka, Bryan, Choctaw, Pushmataha, and McCurtain counties.
CRC - SPA
present, there is no best species of saltbush, and planting mixtures helps to ensure establishment success and long-term survival. The three most commonly used species are old man (Atriplex nummularia), river (Atriplex amnicola) and wavy leaf (Atriplex undulata) saltbush. Look at our 'Plants for Saltland' page for more details on species selection.
Freehold Township : Frequently Asked Questions
It is more difficult to grow "full sun quality grass" under the shade of a tree. The recommendation is to make the tree bed larger, proportionate to the tree size, following current arboricultural standards. Decaying organic matter (mulch) covering the root system of trees is excellent for tree health and can be far less frustrating than trying to grow grass in the shade.
City of Shaker Heights - Law
Grass over 6 inches tall is a violation of the Housing Code and is classified as a minor misdemeanor.
Albuquerque New Mexico Landscape Design Architects and Hards...
Dormant seeding is fine; however, seed should be planted so there is good seed to soil contact. In the event we get early snow, do not plant the seed over the snow. In warmer regions seeding is better done in the spring.
Your Backyard Garden & Backyard Gardening: Lawns FAQs ...
Positively and without a doubt you can grow it from seed. Be my guest. Astoria, Highland, Penn-cross, or Seaside bents all can be grown from sown seed. Before tackling a bent lawn, though, make sure you understand that they take a ton of work and a special mower. What do you mean all? There’s perennial or annual. If you’re talking about brand names; they’re improved varieties of the same two.
There's a significant amount of seed in each pillow. The grain at or above the water line in the pillow usually germinates and grows. However, if the pond water is toxic enough, it could prevent any plant growth. When the pillow is placed into the pond during very cool or freezing weather, the grass may be destroyed, or the seed germination damaged. The presence of the grass has no impact on what the pillow does for water quality. The grass growth is an added aesthetic value.
Frequently Asked Questions
Vinton City Code defines tall grass as a nuisance when it is 8 inches tall in a developed residential or commercial area, 12 inches in a developed industrial area and 18 inches in an undeveloped area.
Merrifield Garden Center: Gardening F.A.Q.
Tall Fescue is the most popular turfgrass in the mid-Atlantic region. It is a very adaptable grass, which grows in full sun or part shade. It is also the most heat and drought tolerant of the cool season grasses. Merrifield Tuff Play is a Tall Fescue blend mixed with a small amount of Kentucky Bluegrass. This combination of grasses develops a dense, wear resistant lawn for sun or part shade. Merrifield Shady Lawn Grass Seed is for use in heavy shade.