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Is it too late to plant grass?

Posted by nicole007 7b (My Page) on
Tue, Aug 27, 13 at 14:11

Hi,
I've heard several people in my area say fall is the best time to plant. But, my local grass man said he didn't think it would give it enough time to root. I've wondered if I plant it now... would it give it enough time to root before winter? I don't want to rush and plant if it's not a good idea...we can wait. What's your advice? My yard has full sun - no trees.


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RE: Is it too late to plant grass?

I think we even plant grass in the Fall in the North. I don't think it is late, we don't have first frost in 7a until around mid November.


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RE: Is it too late to plant grass?

What kind of grass? It makes a big difference.


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RE: Is it too late to plant grass?

  • Posted by jcalhoun 8b Mobile County AL (My Page) on
    Fri, Aug 30, 13 at 22:55

Fall or spring but is too hot right now.


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