Bermuda is a tough warm season
grass. It has great drought and wear resistance and
under the right conditions spreads aggressively, at
times to the point of being invasive and a nuisance. It
is not unknown for Bermuda to creep into flower and
vegetable beds and then become problematic in attempts
to keep it out.
are two types of Bermuda generally available, common Bermuda
is the more aggressive of the
two in terms of growth and invasiveness and is also known to
produce large seed crops. Large seed crops can contribute to the difficult task of keeping common bermuda
from invading flowerbeds and other areas where it might not
be desired. Hybrid Bermuda has a finer texture and better
color. More importantly it is less aggressive and is
considered to be more manageable then common Bermuda.
grass is one of the most popular warm season grasses. In large
parts because of its capability to spread, the interlaced
rhizomes it produces quickly cover an area and produce a dense
cover. This same tendency makes it naturally deterrent to
weeds, many of the hybrid varieties have high levels of
resistance to weeds. Hybrid Bermuda is more expensive then
common Bermuda but the
benefits provided by
it make up
for the cost
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