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100 percent weed free grass seed

The best time to plant grass seed depends on the type of seed and the climate. However, since most mixtures germinate when temperatures aren’t too hot or cold, planting in the spring or fall is typically ideal. Seedlings thrive in semi-warm soil with moderate daytime temps and slightly cooler evenings.

The seed works in both sunny and shady areas and produces lush green grass with semi-fine blades and virtually no weeds. It’s ideal for temporarily filling in bare spots, and depending on when and where you plant it, you might see continued growth.

Great for spot treatments or larger areas

How often do you need to water grass seed?

Not suited for Southern lawns

Grass seed can be used to grow a lawn from scratch or sprinkled onto existing turf to make it thicker and patch up bald areas. It can also address spots where fungus, poor sunlight, insects, or pet urine have caused your grass to go brown or thin out. Whether you have a small yard or multiple acres, any homeowner is wise to have some seed on hand.

When it comes to versatility, Scotts Turf Builder is tough to beat. As its name suggests, the Sun & Shade Mix thrives in scorching sunlight or densely shaded conditions. The fine-bladed grass can even hold up in droughts and cold winters.

Not suited for densely shaded areas

30% Kentucky Bluegrass
40% Creeping Red Fescue
30% Cert. SR Perennial Ryegrass

5 lbs. per
1,000 sq. ft.

5 lbs. per
1,000 sq. ft.

Survivor Self-Repairing Mixture

40% Kentucky Bluegrass
40% Creeping Red Fescue
10% Annual Ryegrass
10% Cert. Annual Ryegrass

Low maintenance ground cover ideal for large properties, playgrounds and cottages.

4-6 lbs. per
1,000 sq. ft

An all-purpose mixture at an affordable price.