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  • Strong, deep root system

  • Ability to draw its moisture from a deep profile

  • Excellent drought and heat tolerance with less irrigation

  • Excellent in the transition zone climate

  • Ideal in full sun to a half-day's shade

  • Very good heat tolerance and disease resistance

  • High traffic tolerance with good recovery

  • Dark green turf

  • Blend of top rated turf varieties

Click Here to Order Highlander Fescue Grass Seeds

A blend of turf-type fescue varieties that rate high in turf quality with good shade tolerance. Highlander will perform well in low to medium traffic areas where wear tolerance is not a big concern. Like all turf-type fescues, [except RTF] Highlander does not have rhizomes and will need over-seeding every two to five years to keep a thick lawn.
 
Stays green from early in the spring until late in the fall. Has a deep root system enabling the grass to go long intervals between irrigation and take better advantage of natural rainfalls. Excellent in sun or shade with good disease resistance.
 

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90% Fescue Blend with the addition of 10% Ryegrass

Available as Sod and Seed

 

Fescue Blend with the addition

of 5-8% Bluegrass

Available as Seed Only

Fescue Blend with the addition of Bluegrass and Ryegrass

 

 

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Todd Valley Farms

950 County Rd M, Mead NE 68041

Phone: 800.869.8544

E-Mail: info@toddvalleyfarms.com

 

           

Business Hours

 Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 5:00pm

 Saturday: Closed

 Sunday: Closed

 

 Revised November 1st, 2017

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