Bermuda Grass

Bermuda grass is a warm-season grass native to tropical and subtropical countries. It is one of the most drought-tolerant grasses available and can withstand heavy use without needing to be replenished frequently. Bermuda grass is suitable for lawns in the southern United States from coast to coast.

 

Bermuda grass is also tolerant of salt and traffic, making it a good choice for coastal or high-traffic areas. However, Bermuda grass does require full sun and good drainage to thrive.

 

Additionally, this grass species has high maintenance and nutrient requirements, so it’s not the best choice for low-maintenance lawns. But if you’re willing to put in the work, Bermuda grass can create a beautiful and durable lawn.

 

Our team at We Mow Dallas can help you decide if Bermuda grass is the right choice for your lawn, and we offer tips and advice on how to care for it.

 

Check out our articles, guides, and tips if you’re considering Bermuda grass. We can help you make the most of this tough yet beautiful grass.

Hulled vs Unhulled Bermuda Grass Seed

Hulled vs Unhulled Bermuda Grass Seed: Which is Best

Bermuda grass is a favorite among many homeowners in Texas for various reasons. It is drought-resistant and can be used for multiple purposes. Before you plant Bermuda grass seeds, you need to understand the difference between hulled and unhulled Bermuda grass seeds. Hulled Bermuda grass seed takes a shorter time to germinate than unhulled Bermuda […]

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How to Control Poa Annua in Bermuda Grass

How to Control Poa Annua in Bermuda Grass- 4 Effective Ways

Poa Annua grass also referred to as perennial bluegrass, is an annual weed that grows annually in lawns and gardens. Unfortunately, it’s hard to keep it under control. During late spring and early summer, the tall, tasseled seed stalks of poa annua grass can rise above the lawn grass.   Poa annua grass is a

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What Kills Goosegrass in Bermuda

What Kills Goosegrass in Bermuda? 3 Best Herbicides

Goosegrass is an annual summer weed that reproduces by seeds that can be dispersed by weed or water. This weed is likely to germinate when the soil temperature is 60degrees F. Also, they can grow after crabgrass in summer. Goosegrass is very competitive in Bermuda. It competes for water, nutrients, and sunlight, which can hinder

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