Kentucky Bluegrass

Kentucky Bluegrass is a fine to medium textured turfgrass that is grown widely throughout the temperate region of the United States and Canada. Adapted to mowing heights of 1 to 2.5 inches, Kentucky Bluegrass is used in commercial and residential situations, athletic fields and on golf course tees, fairways and roughs.

Kentucky bluegrasses spread naturally by underground roots called "rhizomes." This makes them excellent self-repairers. However, they are also apomictic, meaning that a single seed of a particular cultivar, like Arcadia, is identical to all the other seeds found in that cultivar. This makes bluegrass very uniform. But, for optimal disease resistance, we recommend using at least two different types of bluegrass in blends, like our Turf Perfect® line-up.


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Dark green color, early Spring green-up, dense, resistance to rust and powdery mildew

Wild Horse

Rich green color, rapid germination, aggressive spreading activity, Medium Leaf Texture


Dark green color with a fine to medium leaf texture and received top marks in the Traffic Stress trials.

Bluemaster Kentucky Bluegrass Blend

Designed for top performance and regional adaptation.

Bluemaster Plus Mixture

For the northern show lawn. Contains elite bluegrasses, ryegrasses and fine fescues.