A Homeowners Guide to Low Maintenance Grasses


Low-maintenance grasses can help you achieve a beautiful residential or commercial lawn with far less effort. However, there are still some things you need to do to get optimal results. If this is your first time working with this type of grass, we have a quick, helpful homeowners guide to give you the tips you need. Here’s what you need to know to enjoy an attractive low maintenance lawn.

What Are Low Maintenance Grasses?

Low maintenance grass types are grasses that minimize the need for regular mowing and have reduced irrigation and fertilizer requirements. They are also resistant to disease and pests. Some of the most popular low maintenance grasses include:

  • Bermuda
  • Zoysia
  • Fescue
  • St. Augustine

A low-maintenance lawn is a great landscaping solution for areas that are susceptible to periods of drought. By choosing a heartier, drought-resistant grass type, you can keep a healthy-looking lawn with far less hassle and for less money.

How to Choose the Right Low Maintenance Grass

When choosing low-maintenance grasses for your property, consider these factors, your location, specific climate, amount of shade, and the general wear and tear your grass will experience. You will also want to look for the grass type that fits the aesthetic you have in mind. You may be thinking this sounds easier said than done! Landscaping professionals can help you choose the ideal grass type for your lawn.

Turn to the team at W.P. Law, Inc. to explore which low-maintenance grasses might be best for your property and budget. We can also help you weigh the pros and cons of artificial turf to enhance your landscaping.

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