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Seed heads are here!
SeaScape, Inc.
It's Time For Seed Heads!

        
          

You may see many varieties of seed heads in your lawn. Kentucky bluegrass, ryegrass, and fescue all produce seed heads. 

You might be seeing your lawn turn white.  If so, your lawn is probably producing seed heads. Here are some things that you should know about seed heads in your lawn:  
  • Seed head production is a natural process in lawn grasses, generally occurring in late May, early June.
  • Seed heads generally start out white and fade to brown. 
  • We  are seeing a lot of seed heads this year. It could be a result of the early drought. 
  • Many people confuse the white or brown tips of the the grass with weeds in their lawn.
  • Seed head production should last about for about 2 weeks.
  • Depending on your lawn’s specific varieties of grass, you may have an abundance of seed heads and your neighbors may not – or – you may have them in one area of your lawn, and not in another area.
  • Unfortunately, most of the seeds are not viable, thus, they will not germinate and thicken your lawn.
If you are still concerned about the appearance of your lawn, please give us a call at 1-800-294-5296 or reply to this email. We'll send a technician out to take a look at your lawn right away. 
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