Anyone growing EarthTurf or Hobbs & Hopkins Rough & Ready?
We are getting ready to put in a drought-tolerant lawn from seed, and I wondered if anyone has any experience with either of these mixes. After a lot of research, we've pretty much narrowed it down to one or the other based on the composition---but can't find too many "real world" reports on them. Both mix microclover with fescues and ryegrass, but neither advertises the exact ratios so it's unclear what (if any) the differences are.
We're primarily interested in any experiences with foot traffic (we'll have a flagstone path but also have a dog who doesn't always use the path!) and drought tolerance (dry summer climate). We'll also be growing this in heavy clay soil with some shady areas; EarthTurf advertises that it can handle both of these, but not sure it's actually substantively different from the Rough & Ready given that the mixes seem pretty similar.
Any thoughts/experiences would be great---thanks!