Posted By MyGuy
When nights hit an average of 65 degrees, Bermuda grass starts to grow
in late spring after the danger of frost has passed.
If you plant Bermuda seeds too late in the season you might find the grass
will not strive. You take the chance of it dying because of the lack of
growth will not promote the proper root system needed to feed the grass.
Having a great lawn often requires the expert touch from a professional.
Contact MyGuy to learn more great landscaping tips.
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