Buffalo grass is a warm-season perennial that is a good seed choice for areas that have drought conditions in the summer. Unlike other grasses that require hydration and turn brown when the summer temperatures soar into the 100's, buffalo grass does not bolt. It thrives in hot dry weather and stays a lovely blue-green color. When you plant buffalo grass seed you will save money by not having to water the grass as much and you will save energy because you will not have to mow weekly.
Mature Buffalo Grass Grown from Seed -
Husbands Love Buffalo Grass
We cleared the area and then amended the poor soil with topsoil before broadcasting the grass seed in the sunny side of the yard. You can run the seed over with an ATV and it will plant it at an inch deep. Or you can spread topsoil over it.
- Resists pests and disease
- A two-pound bag of seed covers 1,000 square feet
- Chokes out weeds within a year and forms a thick mat.
- Grass does not grow well in part shade or full shade, best to plant in full sun.
- Plant in well-drained soil
- This grass is for hot, dry climates. Not recommended for areas that get 25 inches of rain annually.
- Buffalo grass Grows well in heavy soil. If you have soil like mine that has rocks in it then amend your soil with manure or compost before planting.