Kentucky Bluegrass Sod

Kentucky Bluegrass Day of installation 2Kentucky Bluegrass’ medium-fine texture, high density, and dark green-to-blue color make it the most popular cool season turf around. While it requires more care than Tall Fescue, it is easy to maintain with proper watering.

Because Kentucky Bluegrass has a relatively shallow root system (as compared with the very drought-resistant Tall Fescue), it is moderately drought-resistant. In times of high heat and little water, Kentucky Bluegrass will go dormant. If watered intermittently through the drought, it can green up later when the extreme conditions abate.

Kentucky Bluegrass 10 days oldThese shallower roots come with one major benefit. Kentucky Bluegrass roots feature rhizomes, underground side-shoots that allow the grass to spread. Though this grass holds up very well to foot traffic and pets, if the dog or a team’s-worth of football cleats causes some bare patches, this grass will simply spread to fill these in. It is this “self-repairing” quality that also makes a Kentucky Bluegrass lawn so dense.

Kentucky Bluegrass can tolerate light shade, but prefers full sun to really thrive. It can tolerate close mowing too – some varieties can be cut to less than 2” high.

Our Kentucky Bluegrass sod is ideal for use in sunny locations where it will be irrigated during the growing season. It is the top choice for homes, businesses, and athletic fields when appearance is a priority.  Contact us here to request a quote or ask questions about Shan-Gri-La’s Kentucky Bluegrass sod.

  • Shan-Gri-La Farm

    6176 Haring Road
    Perkasie, Pa 18944

    Office: 215.766.7208
    Fax: 215.766.2797
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    Beginning 4/1/2016 – `12/1/16
    Seasonal Hours:
    8am – 4:30pm, Monday – Friday
    8am – 12pm Saturday
    Closed Sunday
    For PICK UP- Must call to place order day before
    For DELIVERY- Must call to place order 1-2 days in advance
    For Installation- TBD
    No orders through Email

     

  • Change / Cancel Order– Must notify via phone by 4:30pm the day before.  We will try to accommodate messages received after hours but no promises