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Bent Grass - Creeping

by Dawn West, All About Lawns Columnist

Description: Creeping Bent Grass is a fine-textured turf that is commonly found in Pacific Northwest & Northwestern areas of Canada. It often flourishes in areas with a high abundance of rainfall and moderately-cool weather. You will often times find this grass used for golf-course putting greens. If properly cared for, Creeping Bent Grass can be quite beautiful.

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Pros:

  • Moderately drought tolerant
  • Likes sunlight
  • Moderately tolerant to shade
  • Looks very attractive if properly maintained

 

Cons:

  • Tends to produce thatch thereby requiring frequent aerating and dethatching
  • Due to its shallow root system, it typically requires frequent watering
  • Has moderate durability
  • Susceptible to diseases and pests
Common Growing Region
Common Growing Region


Watering: Moderate watering is needed. For additional info on watering, see: Watering

Fertilizing: see: Fertilizing Tables

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About the Author
Dawn West B.A. holds a B.A. in English from Harvard University and teaches writing at Oregon State University.



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