A beautiful lawn around your house certainly is something to strive for. Unfortunately, outside weather can damage the lawn, especially during the warmest parts of the year. But the good news is there is an innovation called drought tolerant grass, which can preserve its beauty almost all year round.
Drought tolerant grass can be used in dry areas of the country because it can effectively resist without water for long periods of time. To be sure, certain types of grass can better withstand droughts than others, while others are cultivated to reach a high degree of tolerance to long periods of dry weather.
These special grass types may vary in their degree to resist droughts. There can be cool-season grasses, among which we could mention wheatgrass varieties, which require very little amounts of water or fertilizer, buffalo grass, which has a very lush turf, sheep fescue, which is a type of grass growing in clumps, which looks very natural and requires very little maintenance, and so on.
Warm-season grasses include Bermuda grass, which is perfect for sunny areas, and St. Augustine grass, a medium green type with coarse leaves that prefers to grow in the shade and is resistant to moderate traffic.