Warm Season Grass Seed

Warm Season Grass Seed

Warm Season Grasses won’t scorch in the heat of summer

Warm season grasses, as their name suggests, thrive in areas with hot summer temperatures, such as the Deep South, Texas and the southwest. Warm season grasses grow most vigorously in the warmest months of the year, in temperatures of 75-90 degrees. These grasses go dormant in the cooler weather of late fall and will green up again as temperatures warm in spring.

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  1. Blue Grama Grass Seeds, Bouteloua gracilis, Blue Grama

    Blue Grama can be planted for erosion control and is drought-tolerant. It will also attract wildlife. Perennial. (Bouteloua gracilis)...

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    Blue Grama Grass Seeds Blue Grama Bouteloua gracilis
    As low as $11.95 Sale $10.16
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    Blue Grama can be planted for erosion control and is drought-tolerant. It will also attract wildlife. Perennial. (Bouteloua gracilis)
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  2. Switchgrass Shelter Seeds, Panicum virgatum, Switchgrass Shelter

    Switchgrass Shelter can be planted for soil stabilization and will attract wildlife. This grass can also be planted for pasture hay. Perennial. (Panicum virgatum)...

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    Switchgrass Shelter Seeds Switchgrass Shelter Panicum virgatum
    As low as $14.95 Sale $14.21
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    Switchgrass Shelter can be planted for soil stabilization and will attract wildlife. This grass can also be planted for pasture hay. Perennial. (Panicum virgatum)
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  3. Buffalo Grass Seeds, Buchloe dactyloides, Photo Credit Matt Lavin

    Buffalo Grass can be planted as a ground cover and is a low-maintenance solution to any lawn or meadow. It is extremely drought tolerant and will attract wildlife. Perennial. (Buchl...

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    Buffalo Grass Seeds Buffalo Grass Buchloe dacyloides
    As low as $15.95 Sale $15.16
    Per 1/4 Pound
    Buffalo Grass can be planted as a ground cover and is a low-maintenance solution to any lawn or meadow. It is extremely drought tolerant and will attract wildlife. Perennial. (Buchloe dactyloides)
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