[Arid_gardener] Question from Home-Hort WWW page
derGartenArzt at worldnet.att.net
Wed Apr 12 16:55:08 MST 2006
Plant Bermuda seeds when soil warms up in mid to late May. Do not let
the seeds dry out.
You might consider one of the Bermuda hybrids instead, see
The hybrids need to be sodded or plugged. Unlike common Bermuda, the
hybrid seeds are sterile; the pollen, if any, is non-allergenic; and the
grass will not be a constant noxious weed in your or neighbors' flower
beds or vegetable gardens.
Master Gardener Volunteer
----- Original Message ----- From: <lxini290 at yahoo.com>
Sent: Saturday, April 08, 2006 1:13 PM
> I'm wanting to plant a new lawn using bermuda seed. When is the best
> time to seed? what should the outside temp. be? I tried seeding about
> two weeks ago and nothing has come up yet so I figured it was to cool
> yet. Right? Will appreciate all answers.
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