Pennington Bermudagrass

Our Bermudagrass product produces a thick, aggressively self-spreading lawn with improved cold-tolerant varieties.

  • Produces a thick, aggressively self-spreading grass
  • Contains improved cold-tolerant varieties
  • Extremely wear-resistant turf with a deep root system
  • Naturally more drought-tolerant than other grass varieties
  • Low-growing blend specially formulated to produce fewer grass clippings
  • Warm-season grass that goes dormant (turns brown) out of season (winter months)
  • Contains Pennington’s exclusive MYCO Advantage technology
  • Contains Pennington’s exclusive Penkote technology
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    New Seeding
    Prepare the soil by tilling to a depth of 4-6 inches. Conduct a soil test to be sure your soil has the proper nutrients it needs for a healthy lawn. Apply fertilizer and lime at the recommended rates. If you are unable to conduct a soil test, apply lime and a complete lawn fertilizer according to the recommended rates on the packages. Work lime and fertilizer evenly into the soil, then rake the soil surface smooth to give the seed an ideal bed in which to establish healthy roots. Sow the grass seed by evenly spreading according to the recommended seeding rates. Rake, harrow or otherwise work the seed into the soil ⅛" deep. Keep the area well-watered until the seeds germinate and the seedlings have grown sufficiently to establish a lawn, then water as needed.

    Overseeding or Reseeding
    Before overseeding, it is important to prepare the soil. Conduct a soil test to be sure your lawn has the proper balance of nutrients. Fertilize and lime if needed. Mow or clip the existing grass as closely as possible. Remove clippings and rake, harrow lightly or aerate the soil where there is existing lawn. This will allow the new seed to make contact with the soil. Sow the seed and gently rake to cover. Keep the lawn moist until seedlings are established, then water as needed.

    Undesirable Lawns
    Rid your lawn of undesirable grasses following the steps below so that you can establish a desirable lawn:
    • During any growing season, spray the established undesirable turf with a nonselective herbicide labeled for lawn use. Follow the directions on the label.
    • After the lawn turns brown, continue with your seeding program as outlined above. Be sure to start with a soil test or a complete lawn fertilizer.
    Improving Bare Spots
    Mow your lawn closely, then remove leaves, dead grass, etc. Rake, harrow lightly or aerate the bare spots to prepare the seedbed. Conduct a soil test to be sure the soil has the proper balance of nutrients. Fertilize and lime if needed.

    Zones: 2, 3, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

    Seed Planting Zones

    Daily Light Required: Full sun (8+ hours of daily sun)

    Sun Tolerance: Excellent

    Shade Tolerance: Low

    Grass Color: Medium to dark green

    Grass Texture: Moderately fine

    Drought Tolerance: Excellent

    Disease Resistance: Very good

    Traffic Tolerance: Excellent

    Planting Zones: 2, 3, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

    Recommended Planting Dates: Late spring through summer

    Planting Rates:   

    • New Lawns: 2 lbs/1,000 sq ft
    • Overseeding: 1 lb/1,000 sq ft

    Planting Depth: No more than 1/8”

    Germination: 7-21 days

    Mowing Height: 1”-1 1/2”