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GroundWork Deep Shade, North, 5 lb.

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The GroundWork's Deep Shade North mixture is made up of 50% tall fescue, 20% creeper, 20% chewings, and 10% perennial ryegrass.

  • This formulation only requires 4 hours of filtered sun daily and grows well in deep shaded areas
  • Requires less mowing and fertilizer and tolerates poor soil conditions

Specification Description
Product Type: Grass Seed
Hardiness Zones: 1 - 6
Area Covered: 700 sq. ft.
Brand: GroundWork
Package Size: 5 lb.
Plant Height: 3 in.
Planting Depth: 1/4 in.
Manufacturer Part Number 440AP0055UC-5

 I live in the north east and I am looking for a shade grass seed what would you recommend 

Asked by: Tom373
Shady North is the best mix.
Answered by: ErlindaC
Date published: 2018-09-11

how much daily sun will it tolerate

Asked by: beef man
Formulation only requires 4 hours of filtered sun daily.
Answered by: Valery
Date published: 2017-08-10

Specifications say 700 Sq Feet covered but the picture of the bag says 3,500 sq ft. Could you verify the actual square footage covered? Thanks for your time, -Bill

Asked by: Bill_S
The correct number is 700 Sq. Ft. per pound. A 5 Lb. bag will cover 3500 Sq. Ft.
Answered by: PHailey
Date published: 2018-06-30

My yard gets the 4 hours of sun but is often damp. Working on drainage, but want grass that will do well in very wet soil.

Asked by: db heins
As of this time there is no turf grass that will persists in wet soil. The roots need oxygen and constant wet soil will not allow that to happen.
Answered by: ErlindaC
Date published: 2018-02-20
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