Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 129
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Surge Not the best grass seed
Purchased a bags of seed after clearing out a section of my yard. The brand and the statement on the bag which states seed thrives in summer conditions was what attracted me to the product. Followed the "simple steps for success" even went a step further and covered the seed in steer Manure. I watered daily twice/three times a day. Out of a 3lb bag I did not get one new blade of grass. 3 weeks later I went out and purchased a cheap bag of seed few bucks. Tilled the dirt and all the seed was in the dirt just as it was when I laid it down. Reseeded and the cheap seed grow in a few days.
June 26, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by AF No grass
Pretty useless. Laid in early march and not a single grass sprout in 2 months. Just a lot of dead blue seeds. What a waste of money.
May 15, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Mehul Didnt work ..going back to pennington
I bought this followed the direction but they didnt work .. I am going back to pennington seeds..
April 25, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by jpn5imp not much seed
I bought a 7 lb bag of tall fescue and when I opened it found mostly filler. according to package percentage there was not but about 1 lb of seed the rest was filler which I should have read about it first, and most of the planted area did not grow at all.
May 29, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Shawn2001 This product did not work at all.
I am in Sunny Southern California. One of the easiest location for growing grass. Mild spring, some Rain, sunny days with temperatures around 65 to 75.
Purchased two 7lb bags from low's and spent many hours preparing the soil as instructed for reseeding. Made sure the ground stay moist, and everything else. However, It has been more than a month and not a single seed germinated.
After a month, the top spread is gone, and I am looking at a bunch of blue little dead seeds everywhere. It was a waste of time and money. Never again would purchasing any of the Scott’s Crab.
April 13, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Verified Reviewer Product was a waste of money
Great packaging and name, but it simply does not grow grass. We had lots of rain and I have a working watering system. Followed the guidelines to the T including purchasing and using "their" accelerator seed starter. NOTHING HAS GROWN THERE. I have more natural growth around the area. I did two area one in front and one in the back - different sun and nothing in either of them in over six months. Returning the unused portions to Home Depot this week. I will not buy Scott products again. They lost me on this junk!
February 23, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Greenskeeper This product didn't work as expected
I was tired of using other grass seed and decided to go with what I thought was a high quality seed, so I bought the Scotts products. 9 bags of seed and starter fertilizer for a very large lawn. Most of the product didn't germinate, although many broadleaf weeds did. Yard preparation was in accordance with the Scotts website. After 30 days of very little activity, I went back to the store where I purchased the product to find out that the product had expired 6 months before it was purchased. I was told to write Scotts. I believe that the product will work if not expired, I think I got a bad deal. A product rep should be checking the product for expiration.
February 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by CP10 Scott's Tall Fescue Mix is Amazing
We had multiple problems with large bare patches in about a third of our lawn as a result of being overrun with crab grass last summer. After removing the crab grass and wire grass, we over seeded with Scott's Tall Fescue in the Fall and now have a beautiful lush lawn. All of the bare spots have filled in and our lawn is thick and green. We also used Scott's Wintergard with weed protection and even now in January (we live on the Eastern Shore of Maryland) our lawn is beautiful and I am still mowing. We use all of Scott's products and wouldn't use anything else.
(This review was submitted as a sweepstakes entry or is a review of free product.)
January 9, 2016