Grass Seed 2020

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Product Description

For 2020 we will be carrying the following varieties of grass seed:

Seed Type

Grass Seed Information

Annual Rye Grass

Use to hold soil together while your grass germinates; great for slopes.

1 lb. covers up to 300 sq. ft.

Buckwheat

Covers up to 700 sq. ft. per lb

White Clover

Low growing. Covers up to 900 sq. ft. per lb.

Oats

Use to hold soil together while your grass germinates; great for slopes.

1 lb. covers up to 300 sq. ft.

40/40/20 Premium Plus Grass Seed

Great for new lawns, patching and overseeding. Sunny location.

1 lb. covers up to 200 sq. ft

25 lbs. covers up to 5000 sq. ft

50 lbs. covers up to 10,000 sq. ft

PEI Highway Mix Grass Seed

Great for ditches, waterways, and along roads.

1 lb. Covers up to 200 sq. ft

25 lbs. Covers up to 5000 sq. ft

50 lbs. covers up to 10,000 sq. ft.

Shady Nook Grass Seed

For total shade areas.

1 lb covers up to 200 sq. ft.

25 lbs. covers up to 5000 sq. ft.

Shade Master Grass Seed

For those shaded and sunny areas.

1 lb. covers up to 200 sq. ft.

25 lbs. covers up to 5000 sq. ft.

50 lbs. covers up to 10,000 sq. ft.

Quick Sun or Quick Shade Grass Seed

Fast green-up for patching or eroded areas. 1 lb. covers up to 200 sq. ft.

25 lbs. covers up to 5000 sq. ft.

Eco-Grass Seed

Drought tolerant and low growing. Great for those hard-to-mow areas. Low maintenance.

1 lb. covers up to 200 sq. ft.

25 lb bag covers up to 5000 sq. ft

Deluxe Overseed with Lateral Spread Grass

Great for overseeding as it helps thicken your lawn and choke out weeds.

1 lb. covers up to 200 sq. ft

25 lb bag covers up to 5000 sq. ft

Coverage guidelines for 1 Acre = 43,560 square feet: takes approximately four, 50 lb. bags plus one 25 lb. bag.

If you are overseeding, you can cover twice the area. For example, 1 lb. of premium plus grass seed covers 200 sq. ft. but when you’re overseeding,  1 lb. will cover 400 sq. ft.

A great looking lawn is possible when you have the right ingredients and advice.  Check out our blog post “Grass 101” for tips on planting, overseeding, fertilizing, and more.