Products: Grass Seed

What Happens to Cool Season Fescue Grass in Winter

What Happens to Cool Season Fescue Grass in Winter

What types of grass are considered cool season? Valley Green specializes in cool season grasses. They do their best in spring and fall when there is a plentiful supply of water. The most common types of cool season grasses are listed below. If you have any questions on seeding with the grass types below, please …

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Preventing Frost Damage on Your Lawn

Preventing Frost Damage on Your Lawn

The northeast is experiencing its typical late autumn chill. Many people have been waking up to frost covering their lawns. There are some turf diseases that show up in winter, but people are often surprised to know that frost can cause lawn damage. Preventing frost damage on your lawn can be avoided by doing simple …

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Cool season grass care for late fall

Cool Season Grass Care for Late Fall

Valley Green has been a northeast grass seed supplier for over 20 years now. We specialize in cool season grasses such as Perennial Ryegrass, Fescues, and Kentucky Bluegrass. Cool season grasses thrive in early fall and continue to grow into November. For our blog this week, we will be going over cool season grass care …

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Factors that Determine Cool Season Grass Growth

Factors that Determine Cool Season Grass Growth

Valley Green has specialized in providing cool season turf grass to our clients for over 20 years now. We have several custom cool season grass blends to suit both the home and commercial customer. There are several factors that determine cool season grass growth. Most of them are growing conditions. We are closing in on …

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Fall Turf Diseases

Fall Turf Diseases

Just because summer is almost over doesn’t mean you should stop being vigilant with your turf health. There are several fall turf diseases homeowners, superintendents, landscapers need to look out for. With the warm and wet summer the northeast had, fall turf disease could be quite prevalent this year. We have several products that combat …

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fall landscaping ideas

Five Fall Landscaping Ideas

Fall is a wonderful time to explore and experiment with different types of landscape designs. The colors that come with fall offer a plethora of ways to display that color. Homeowners can experiment with fall perennials and flowers that can make your landscape pop without a lot of work. Valley Green is one of the …

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Early fall cool season grass care

Early Fall Cool Season Grass Care

Valley Green’s most popular grass seed mix is currently our cool-season grass seed mixes. The mixes include Kentucky Bluegrass, Fescues, and Perennial Ryegrass. Cool season grasses thrive in cooler weather so we have seen an uptick in customers coming in to order the mixes for fall overseeding. We have also answered several questions on early …

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Why Late Summer and Early Fall are Perfect Times to Overseed

Why Late Summer and Early Fall are Perfect Times to Overseed

We have been getting quite a bit of quote requests for grass seed the past few weeks. The suspected reason for this is that our customers are preparing for late summer and early fall overseeding. Spring, late summer, and early fall are optimal times to overseed. Overseeding is the process of covering dead and bare …

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Why Can’t Cool Season Grass be Planted in Summer?

Why Can’t Cool Season Grass be Planted in Summer?

Valley Green has been an expert in turf and grass seed for over thirty years. Our custom grass seed blends are some of our best-selling products. Our busiest time is usually in spring or late fall because that is a very popular time to seed lawns with cool season grasses. We have heard the question …

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