Transition Zone Grasses are best adapted to growing conditions in the transition zone, the broad area running east to west across the US that separates the warm season and cool season growing areas.
Tall fescue seed is adapted from the costal areas of New York and New England south to northern Georgia and west to Dallas, St. Louis, and the coastal regions of California. Tall fescue seed is adapted to both full sun and partial shade growing conditions.
Bermudagrass and creeping bentgrass spread by above ground lateral shoots known as stolons. Both these varieties will eventually take over a lawn if they are adapted to the growing conditions. Other grass seed species do not spread but will thicken up by putting out tillers, or additional leaf blades attached to the crown of the plant. These varieties include perennial ryegrass, chewings fescue, hard fescue and most varieties of tall fescue.
Azure Blue Sheep Fescue | Canada Wild Rye | Deertongue Grass | Foxtail Millet
Gamma Grass | Indian Grass | Little Bluestem | Meadow Foxtail Grass | Red Top Grass
Reed Canary Grass | Sand Love Grass | Sedge Grass | Sideoats Gramma | Switch Grass
Turkeyfoot Grass | Virginia Wild Rye | Weeping Love Grass | Weeping Turkeyfoot Grass
Wheat Grass | Wild Oats | Wild Rice | Wild Wheat
American Bittersweet | Banana Passion Fruit | Black Eyed Susan Vine | Canary Bird Vine
Cassabanana | Chilean Glory Vine | Choccolate Vine | Coral Bead Vine | Coral Vine
Fast Growing Balloon Vine | Hyacinth Bean | India Horse Gram Vine | Issai Kiwi
Kangaroo Vine | Kiwi Fruit | Mountain Rose | Passion Fruit | Purple Kiwi
Purple Passion Flower | Velvet Bean | Virginia Creeper | Woolly Dutchmans Pipe