"MyHolidayLawn" KBG is on its way out

Kentucky bluegrass, Fescue, Rye and Bent, etc
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"MyHolidayLawn" KBG is on its way out

Post by Green » July 13th, 2020, 4:54 pm

Another one...

The cultivar "MyHolidayLawn" Kentucky Bluegrass is no longer being marketed/grown. The last crop was last year, and the dealer I spoke with said this is it. So if you need some, you're going to want to call your previous dealer ASAP...the one I spoke with only had 15 lbs left as of this afternoon, and it didn't sound like more was coming. Their website indicates that they still have a lot of it, but apparently that is not the case; must not have been updated.

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Re: "MyHolidayLawn" KBG is on its way out

Post by MorpheusPA » July 13th, 2020, 6:55 pm

This is one I've actually never heard of. Hmph.

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Re: "MyHolidayLawn" KBG is on its way out

Post by Green » July 13th, 2020, 7:53 pm

[quote=MorpheusPA post_id=341754 time=1594680902 user_id=112]
This is one I've actually never heard of. Hmph.
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It's actually a slow grower...hence the name. I'm planning a mini reno with it.

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Re: "MyHolidayLawn" KBG is on its way out

Post by spectrum1c » July 18th, 2020, 10:54 am

I've seen in at united seeds (Just checked and its still in stock), where it claims to be ultra slow growing, but states little else. I've been curious, but looking at NTEP and random forum searches via google turned up little to no real world experiences. Do you have any experience with it?

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