When Grass Goes Dormant When Grass Goes Dormant

When Grass Goes Dormant

By ashley cole

When Grass Goes Dormant When Grass Goes Dormant

 

You will notice a change in the appearance of the grass we deliver during the Fall and Winter months. The grass will be less green and more brown or yellow, not because it is dead, but because it is dormant.

Dormancy is a natural process designed to help protect many plants such as grass survive changes in temperature of the air and soil. Dormant grass is alive. It just stops growing during the colder months in Texas. It still requires some water to stay alive, so give it a sprinkle every few days.

Dormant grass may not look as pretty as the greener, softer varieties available during the warmer months, but it functions just the same. The good news is your pup will not notice a difference and will continue to do his doo diligence when nature calls!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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