Transition Your Lawn
A green lawn all winter long is a beautiful thing. But, it could damage your warm-season grass if you fail to transition it the right way. In this video, we discuss how to ensure your Bermuda and Zoysia lawn stay looking their best when your perennial ryegrass is ready to fade away.
When thinking about planting a Winter Rye Grass Seed.
Stay away from the annual rye. It grows too fast in the Spring and you will work 3 times harder making it look nice.
Perennial Rye is a deeper darker green cool-season grass and it grows much slower.
Never overseed a lawn that has lots of shade. Ryegrass will end up choking out all other grasses in this area and you will be left with bare dirt when your ryegrass gets choked out by the Texas heat.