Application Rate: 2-3 lbs per 1000 sq ft or 120 lbs per acre
We added clover to our PT 701 Let It Grow to feed the grasses and the bees! We blend five fine fescue grasses and white clover, selecting the best performing varieties. Simple to maintain with dramatic results. Unmown grasses grow 8 to 16 inches, flopping over to create a wind-tossed effect, and the perennial clover blooms in the summer. Clover fixes nitrogen in the soil to naturally fertilize the grasses. Drought tolerant. Grows in sun and shade. Can be mowed or line trimmed once or twice a year to remove seed head stalks and trim the clover. Don't mow lower than 4 inches. *Be sure to follow our recommended application rate for a balanced mix of grasses and clover. Seed in the spring or fall for best results.
Eureka II Hard Fescue - Festuca trachyphylla 'Eureka II'
Quatro Tetraploid Sheep Fescue - Festuca ovina ‘Quatro'
Longfellow 3 Chewings Fescue - Festuca rubra var commutata
Chantilly Creeping Red Fescue - Festuca rubra 'Chantilly'
Shoreline Slender Creeping Red Fescue - Festuca rubra 'Shoreline
White clover - Trifolium repens
Features & Benefits: low maintenance, drought tolerant, shade tolerant, erosion control, nitrogen-fixing clover, pollinator friendly when blooming
Recommended planting zones: see map
Photo #1 credit: North of South Landscapes, Bend, Oregon