Bella Bluegrass

Bella Bluegrass

Bella Bluegrass is a dark, alpine green bluegrass variety that is vegetatively propagated. Bella Bluegrass spreads from rhizomes instead of seeds. Bella is a quick grower laterally, but has very minimal vertical growth. This will equate to 50- 100% less mowing for the end user. Bella self-repairs from damage quickly. With a no-mow option, Bella will terminate in height at about 3.5 4 inches.

Bella Bluegrass in Coloradoas sod or plugs

Bella Bluegrass in Colorado can be purchased as Sod from Graff's Turf Farm in Fort Morgan, Colorado

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Bella Bluegrass in Colorado can be purchased as Plugs from Graff's Turf Farm in Fort Morgan, Colorado

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Bella Bluegrass

  • Dark, green alpine color
  • Low to no mowing - reduced mowing 50%-80%
  • Excellent heat tolerance
  • Very good wear and injury recovery
  • Requires 20-30% less irrigation than standard bluegrass

Testimonials

Dr. Robert Shearman | University of Nebraska
"For a Kentucky bluegrass, I am impressed with Bella. It is dark green, low-growing, and has excellent heat and drought resistance"
Wayne Thorson | Todd Valley Farms
"Bella has a very dark green, dense turf canopy that helps prevent weed growth, and since it only grows 3-4 inches tall, the end user can reduce mowing by 50 to 80%"
Warren Bell | BioGrass Sod Farms
"The most striking feature of Bella are its dark blue green color, slow and low growth habit, and its ability to spread laterally. Bella provides a low input lawn without sacrificing any quality characteristics. it is truly a revolutionary grass."