Early fall between mid-August and mid-October
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What is the best time of year to plant fescue?
As cool-season grasses, tall fescues establish best during late summer to early fall when cool weather supports vigorous growth. Early spring offers the second best planting time for tall fescue seed. Tall fescue germinates best when soil temperatures near 60 to 65 degrees Fahrenheit.
How do you plant tall fescue grass seed?
Follow best practices for planting grass seed, from seed selection and soil testing to proper care during germination and beyond. Keep your grass and soil healthy and positioned for vigorous grass growth, and maintain your new tall fescue at recommended mowing heights of 3 to 4 inches.
What is the ideal soil temperature for planting Fescue seed?
Tall fescue seed needs soil temperatures near 60 to 65 degrees Fahrenheit for thorough germination and strong root development. These soil temperatures roughly correspond to fall and spring air temperatures in the range of 68 to 77 F. 1
How do you care for fescue grass seed?
With seedlings up and growing, lengthen the time between waterings. Water deeper and less often, until you gradually reach your norm for established lawn. Let new tall fescue grow about 4 1/2 inches tall before you mow it. As with all lawn grasses, only remove one-third of the leaf blade at a time.