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Wild Ryegrass: tough and adaptable, with flat blades up to 10cm tall and 1cm wide. A blend of Saltgrass and Bermuda grass, it's native to the western US and great for erosion control.
Annual Ryegrass: the cool-season grass with bunch-type growth that provides bright green winter color to lawns. Great for erosion control and weed prevention.
Perennial Ryegrass: cool-season grass that germinates quickly, tolerates wear and shade, and provides a beautiful green lawn. Fertilize with nitrogen.
Italian Ryegrass: cool-season bunchgrass with glossy underside blades and a solitary spike of small flowers. Perfect for foraging and responds well to nitrogen fertilizer.
Intermediate ryegrass is a cool-season grass used for overseeding and grazing with quick establishment and adaptability.
Festulolium is a hybrid cross between ryegrass and fescue. It performs better, has higher yields, and is disease-resistant. Perfect for pastures.