The good news is that you do not have to look really hard to find low-maintenance grass varieties. All of the named varieties released on the market in the past have terrific characteristics, like resistance to diseases and insects, lower fertilizer and water needs, and tolerance of poor growing conditions developed right into them. The bad news is that many lawn owners do not know this and keep pumping massive amounts of fertilizer, water, and pest and disease controls into their lawns. The Lawn Institute has some really simple, money-saving advice: cut down the expensive TLC and let thegrass take care of itself. The money you save by irrigating and feeding the lawn less can go toward some fresh plants for the garden! Among the four main groups of grasses, here's how they rank from lowest maintenance needs to highest: tall fescue, fine fescue, Kentucky bluegrass, perennial ryegrass.
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