Bermuda grass invasion
I have a small patch of Bermuda grass established on my big lawn. The rest of the lawn is comprised primarily of weeds and fescue (I guess). I like the appearance of the Bermuda grass and would like to disperse it further on my existing lawn. But on the Internet I read horror stories of how blue grass tends to kill adjacent plants and is almost impossible to remove once it is established. It is said that the blue grass could evern damage an asphalt road adjacent to the lawn. I have bradford pear, elm and small spruce trees on my lawn, as well as small deciduous bushes (no flowers). Can I safely disperse Bermuda grass seed on my existing lawn without damaging other plants? I live in northern Alabama.