Lawn Care Tips for Seeding Fescue

Lawn Care Tips for Seeding Fescue

No, no, and no!  Fescue’s growing season starts in the fall, so spring is not the time to seed fescue in bare areas, or to overseed your existing fescue. In Tulsa (zone 7), we grow fescue in the shade, because it’s a cool season grass that’s  heat-intolerant.  Fescue...
Fescue Lifecycle

Fescue Lifecycle

In Tulsa, we find that our lawn care customers are frequently confused about shade grass, fescue grass, bermudagrass… and just grass in general. Not surprising, considering that we are in a transition zone, according to the USDA hardiness zone map. Translation:...
Fescue and Leaves

Fescue and Leaves

Tulsa Lawn Care Update Scalp Your Lawn & Other Tips for Spring! Spring has arrived, bringing with it all the lovely downpours resulting in mushy lawns and standing water! But the warmer temperatures, sunshine and rain are making everything grow like crazy,...
Fescue Alternatives

Fescue Alternatives

Winter is on the Way! Days are cooling off, nights are getting colder, and we may get a hard freeze as soon as next week!  What does this mean for your lawn?  First, you need to know and understand what kind of grass or grasses you have. In our area, we are in a...