Thank youimafan26 wrote:Welcome to the forum. I can't help you with grass in Ohio, but someone else might. I would still do the usual and do the prep work. Get a soil test and amend to prepare the ground. If you want anything to last, it needs to have a good head start.
Thank you! I will look more into these. I have some white dutch clover growing and I wasn't sure what it was called but it looks beautiful when it blooms.ButterflyLady29 wrote:Bluegrass and fine fescue. More info on this site:
http://blog.cleveland.com/pdextra/2008/ ... r_you.html
I prefer to have some white dutch clover in the lawn also. But that's a personal preference. A lot of people consider clover as a weed.