Oregon Quality Tall Fescue

Tall Fescue is valued for its adaptability to a wide range of climates and its tolerances for cold, heat, drought and shade. In its preferred growing zones, tall fescue provides outstanding options for improving resilience and durability. Depending on where you live and your goals, this versatile grass may be an excellent choice for you.

  • Heat, drought and shade tolerant.
  • Improved insect and disease resistance.
  • Rich, healthy color throughout the growing season.
  • Wear resistant.
  • Bunch-forming growth habit.
Benefits of Tall Fescue
Start a Lawn

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Mow A Lawn

Keep grass lush, healthy and attractive with a regular trim.

repair a lawn

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Water A Lawn

Follow our simple tips to keep from overwatering.

Grassy areas contribute to a better quality of life
and improved mental health.

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the greater good

A lawn of just 50 square feet releases enough oxygen to meet the needs of a family of four.

Prevents soil erosion

The extensive root systems of individual grass plants bind the soil more effectively than other ground covers.

Enrich soil

Grass generates organic matter that is broken down by microorganisms and other creatures to help enrich soil.

Weed Suppression

A healthy, thick lawn crowds out unwanted vegetation. It’s natural barrier to weeds and competing grasses.

Natural defence

Healthy, well-maintained natural turf can be a barrier to wildfires and a part of your defensible space.

Benefits of tall fescue

Tall fescue is one of the most adaptable grasses, as it’s known for it high tolerance for extreme conditions. When properly maintained, it can tolerate heat, cold, shade, or drought.

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