Lawn and Turf Seed

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Premium Sunny Brand Lawn Mixture

(5 & 25 lb. Bags / Planted @ 4-6 lbs. per 1000 sq. ft.)

Premium Sunny

Versatile, tough and attractive. This mixture will respond well to a medium to low maintenance schedule of fertilization and grooming, plus gives you the drought tolerance where lack of moisture may be a problem.

Classic Shade/Sun Brand Lawn Mixture

(5 & 25 lb. Bags / Planted @ 4-6 lbs. per 1000 sq. ft.)

Classic Shade

This low maintenance blend of grasses will give you the persistence and versatility you need in a low maintenance grooming schedule. Classic has the drought tolerance, shade tolerance, and traffic tolerance you need to perform well under a wide variety of planting areas and soil types.

Elite Brand Lawn Mixture

(5 & 25 lb. Bags / Planted @ 4-6 lbs. per 1000 sq. ft.)


This executive mix was developed to respond well to a high maintenance schedule of grooming, irrigation, and fertilization. The Elite varieties of bluegrass, fine leaf perennial ryegrass, and red fescue that we have selected, will give you the combination of dark color, disease resistance, traffic tolerance, and shade tolerance that the quality conscious homeowner needs.

Executive Shady Brand Lawn Mixture

(5 & 25 lb. Bags / Planted @ 4-6 lbs. per 1000 sq. ft.)

Executive Shady

This Executive Lawn Mix responds best to a high maintenance schedule of irrigation, fertilization and grooming. We have blended shade tolerant elite bluegrass and improved fine fescue with fineleaf perennial ryegrass for the best combination of shade tolerance and quick cover available. Because of the combination of shade tolerance and disease tolerance, Executive Shady Lawn Mix will perform in environments where other lawn mixes just won’t.

LM Turf Mixture

(25 lb. Bags / Planted @ 3-4 lbs. per 1000 sq. ft.)

LM Turf

This Low Maintenance mixture will perform well in those areas you just can’t get to with water or fertilizer, rural airstrips, cemeteries, out yards, ditches and many other areas. These cool season grasses will green up in the spring go dormant in the heat of the summer and green up again in the fall with the onset of cooler moist conditions.

Endure Brand Turf Mixture

(50 lb. Bags / Planted @ 10-12 lbs. per 1000 sq. ft.)

Endure Lawn

The deep taproot of tall fescue helps this mix stay green when others have gone dormant. Strides have been made recently in developing finer stemmed Turf Type Tall Fescue. A higher seeding rate (10 lbs per 1000 sq ft) will help this blend maintain its finer leaves.

Green Lawn/Development Mixture

(50 lb. Bags / Planted @ 4-6 lbs. per 1000 sq. ft.)

Green Lawn

Seeding rate (4-6 lbs per 1000 sq ft). Annual and perennial ryegrass provide rapid establishment, bluegrass and creeping red fescue fill in and make a durable long lasting lawn. Annual ryegrass has a lighter green color and its rapid regrowth gives an uneven appearance, requiring frequent mowing for appearance and to allow other grasses to establish. This mix is used where rapid stand is required, and is not recommended for dark green premium lawns.

Athletic Turf Mixture

(50 lb. Bags / Planted @ 4-6 lbs. per 1000 sq. ft.)

Athletic Turf

Formulated especially for athletic fields and playgrounds with a blend of tough and durable bluegrass and ryegrasses. Especially developed for constant use, medium maintenance and high traffic areas. Athletic Turf Mix will provide a durable, high quality athletic turf for many years.



Bluegrass is very durable, bounces back well from drought and heavy traffic. Bluegrass spreads through underground rhizomes to develop a thick, tough, root system, and requires moderate care to maintain its beauty. Approximately 21 days to germination.

Creeping Red Fescue

Fescue is used extensively in lawn mixtures, for its ability to produce in shaded areas. Fescue spreads by underground runners and makes a good, uniform sod. It does well on most types or soil, maintains a good color, and can withstand wear. Approximately 14 days to germination.

Annual Ryegrass

Annual Ryegrass is a light green, rapid growing, cool season annual. Coarse leaf texture, short life and clumping growth make it a poor choice for turf grass. It is best suited for highly erodible ground cover on poor or compacted soils.

Fine-Leafed Perennial Ryegrass

Has the ability to produce a tough turf that resists wear and tear, recovers rapidly from damage, and increases the versatility of lawns for recreational purposes. Vigorous root growth penetrates even compacted soil and makes these grasses ideal for overseeding old and thin lawns. Approximately 10 days to germination.

Turf Type Tall Fescue

This durable, drought resistant grass is ideal for high-traffic areas that receive less fertilizer and water than typical turf grasses. The leaf texture is coarser than Kentucky bluegrass, perennial ryegrass or fine fescues. In order to keep the blades thin a dense stand is required, so a high seeding rate is necessary during establishment of a lawn. These plants have little or no rhizome or tiller characteristics, so it is strongly recommended to be planted with 10-15% Kentucky bluegrass or perennial ryegrass.

Chewings Fescue

Considered to be one of the fine fescues, this grass blends well with other turf grasses like Kentucky bluegrass and perennial ryegrass. Like the other fescues, chewings is adapted to growing in shaded areas. These drought tolerant plants prefer sandier soils with lower fertility, but they are not as wear tolerant as other turf grasses.

Hard Fescue

One of the best grasses to be grown in densely shaded areas. It is very slow growing and can be considered a low maintenance grass. Hard fescue has a very low tolerance for heat, can only handle low amounts of traffic and is not adapted to close mowing. It looks best when left to grow to heights of 3 or more inches.

Sheep Fescue

A very drought tolerant bunchgrass that prefers sandy soils and requires little to no maintenance. This grass can be slow to establish, but it is very long lived once it takes hold. This grass should be planted at a relatively high seeding rate or in conjunction with other sod forming grasses when trying to establish turf due to its strong bunchgrass characteristics.


Used extensively on golf courses for putting greens, this grass will tolerate very low mowing. In fact, if left uncut this grass has an almost shaggy, unkempt appearance. It has a very shallow root system, so it will not survive hot temperatures or dry conditions. Bentgrass is extremely aggressive and will form a dense mat, therefore it is not recommend to be mixed with other grasses.