Outsidepride.com has a great selection of bent grass seeds which are some of the most beautiful grasses in the United States with their fine texture, thick density, and low growing habit. Bentgrass is considered the luxury grass of the cool season grasses and is used through America for both lawns and golf courses alike.
Highland Colonial Bent grass seed produces a very fine-textured Bentgrass lawn which grows with an upright vertical pattern. Highland Colonial is a turf seed that many home owners consider when choosing their grass. A Colonial Bent grass lawn can be maintained at a mowing height of 1/2 to 2 inches.
Nu Penn Creeping Bentgrass Blend - Developed for new seeding, over-seeding and inter-seeding. This blend of Creeping Bent grass seeds contains Penn A-2, A-4 and G-2, and it will provide an excellent playing surface. University data shows that the varieties blended in Nu-Penn bent grass seed will out-compete grassy weeds, such as Poa annua. If you want to build your own putting green, Nu Penn seed is a great choice!
The ability for Penncross Bentgrass to perform under a wide range of conditions makes this putting green seed adaptable virtually worldwide. Penncross Bent grass seed is preferred for areas of extreme cold and heat, and Penncross Creeping Bent grass has survived humidity where bermuda grass used to be the standard.
Seaside II Creeping Bent grass, with a medium-fine texture, provides a high-quality playing surface for greens, tees, and fairways, and Seaside II establishes quickly from putting grass seed. If you live in a coastal climate and want to grow putting green grass for a home putting green, Seaside II Creeping Bent grass seed is an excellent choice.
SR 7150 Colonial Bent grass is a versatile low maintenance grass that can be used on golf courses and in home lawns and easily establishes from grass seed. SR 7150 grass seed produces a fine-textured, dark green Colonial Bentgrass lawn. Colonial Bent grass is often found in sites with no irrigation, fertilization or management.