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Signs Your Springtime Grasses Are About to Sprout

Are you wondering what to plant in your backyard this spring? You may want to give some cool-season grasses a try. Those of us who have been planting them know how well these grasses liven up our property. Cool-season grasses do well in the cold temperatures of autumn and spring. They never leave thin spots in your garden, thereby ruining your curb appeal, especially if you overseed your yard. As a gardener, maintaining your lawn in the cold season has never been easier. Cool-season grasses ensure that your yard remains dense and teeming with life throughout the year. 

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To ensure that your cool-season grass stands a chance to sprout in the first place, you need to meet the underlying conditions for germination. The most appropriate time to plant cool-season grasses is during autumn and spring. This way, the grass will get the benefit of low temperatures ranging from 40 to 55 degrees Fahrenheit. The chilly
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