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Fescue Grass Definitions

Fescue (Festuca) grass belongs to the Poaceae. Distribution ranges through much of the northern to central U.S. These cool season grasses remain green through the year, tolerate shade and resist drought. Types include bunching grasses or short, turf grasses.

Chewings Fescue
Chewings fescue grass (Festuca rubra commutata) thrives in sandy soils with low fertility. This short, fine, upright grass blends with most other grasses. Planting seasons are spring and fall. Germination occurs in about 14 days. This perennial grass has a bloom season from spring to fall. Chewings fescue grass features filamentous leaves with a rolled leaf in the shoot. Mowing height can be 1.2 inches.

Sheep Fescue
Sheep fescue (Festuca ovina) grows in small bunches. This soft grass features dark green fine leaves. Sheep fescue spreads by seed and grows well in sun and shade. Sheep fescue grows slowly and densely without invading flower and shrub beds. In certain climates, this grass reaches a height of 6 to 8 inches. When not mowed, sheep fescue appears as swirls on the ground. This grass can out-compete weeds.

Western Fescue
Western fescue (Festuca occidentalis) is native to the U.S. Distribution includes North America's low- to mid-elevations in meadows, open forest and rocky slopes. Planting season occurs in spring and fall. Seeds do not spread prolifically. Western fescue tolerates both drought and shade. This perennial bunchgrass appears tufted. This short-lived Western fescue reaches a height of 36 inches. Uses for western fescue include wildlife habitat restoration.

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About Fescue Grasses


Fescue grasses that are are cool season adapted to the Northern zone
and into Canada. Fescues grasses are easily seeded and include the tall bunching grasses like tall fescue and shorter fescues named creeping red, hard, chewings cattle and sheep fescue.
Fescues grasses share the same variety characteristics with three dominant ones being shade tolerance, staying green all year, and having good drought resistance. Fescues are more cold and shade tolerant are used though-out much of the Central to North USA states.

Best Soil Temperature Needed For Fescue Grass Germination

Cool season grass such as Fescue, germinate best when the soil temperatures are between 50° and 65° degrees F. These soil temperatures usually occur when the daytime air temperatures are between 60° and 75° degrees. Fall is the best time to plant fescue and other cool season grass. Planting in the Fall presents the least risk of planting failure for cool season grass. Plant your cool season grass seed when the fall temperatures reach 75° and are dropping as winter approaches. Alternately the second choice is to plant in spring when spring temperatures have reached 60 and are rising in the spring. Planting in summer can occur, but irrigation becomes a critical factor in establishment. High temperatures of summer can cause fescue grass to go dormant so planting during summer is not recommended. Planting when night time temperatures are above 70° should be avoided.


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