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no mow grass seed

Posted by beigestonehill z 6 /7VA (My Page) on
Wed, Aug 20, 14 at 20:00

Sounds way too good to be true it? If not which one is the best?

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RE: no mow grass seed

All the grasses I know of grow and grow. Some grow faster than others and need to be mowed less frequently. Those are the ones they call "no mow." Look for a dwarf variety of the grass you want. For example Marathon, Marathon II, and Marathon III are all dwarf varieties of fescue.

RE: no mow grass seed

We used NoMowGrass from Http://
It grows about 4 inches here.

We had some weed control to do the first year and they recommend cutting it once a year to help thicken it.

I couldn't be happier with the low maintenance!

Here is a link that might be useful: No Mow Grass Review

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