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Mayberry

Premium Lawn Grass Seed Mix

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Lawns don’t always have it easy. If you use just any old seed, our hot and sometimes dry weather can leave it looking haggard. This is precisely why we recommend you trust your lawn to Mayberry.

Mayberry Premium Lawn Grass Seed Mix is a mixture of turf type fescue (47%), turf type perennial ryegrass (47%), and blue grass (5%) that produces a denser, darker color green lawn than any of the seeds would alone. This grass seed mix can be planted as far south as zone 7 and north through zone 1. All Mayberry premium lawn grass seeds are free from cheap coatings and fillers and are not chemically treated. Mayberry seeds are all natural, non-GMO and guaranteed to grow.

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