Model # 100082633

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Store SKU #413283

Pennington 25 lb. Annual Ryegrass Grass Seed
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Pennington

25 lb. Annual Ryegrass Grass Seed

  • Ideal for sunny to lightly shaded areas
  • Great for over-seeding warm season grasses
  • Covers up to 5,000 sq. ft. with 5-10 day seed germination
$ 27 48 /each

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Product Overview

  • Ideal for sunny to lightly shaded areas
  • Great for over-seeding warm season grasses
  • Covers up to 5,000 sq. ft. with 5-10 day seed germination
Pennington Annual Ryegrass grass seed is ideal for the quick establishment of a temporary lawn. It is a throw-and-grow seed that can be planted without tilling or digging into the soil and destroying permanent ground cover already in place. Designed for temporary or seasonal lawns. It works in the winter months to provide greening and prevent erosion.
  • Fast germination for quick cover
  • Can be used for over-seeding dormant warm-weather grasses such as Bermuda and Zoysia to maintain a green lawn year round
  • Helpful in erosion control
  • Best for full sun to light shade (6-8 hours of sun per day)
  • Germinates in 5-10 days
  • Covers up to 5,000 sq. ft.
  • Note: product may vary by store

Product Overview

  • Ideal for sunny to lightly shaded areas
  • Great for over-seeding warm season grasses
  • Covers up to 5,000 sq. ft. with 5-10 day seed germination
Model #: 100082633
Sku #: 413283
Internet #: 100333279

Pennington Annual Ryegrass grass seed is ideal for the quick establishment of a temporary lawn. It is a throw-and-grow seed that can be planted without tilling or digging into the soil and destroying permanent ground cover already in place. Designed for temporary or seasonal lawns. It works in the winter months to provide greening and prevent erosion.

  • Fast germination for quick cover
  • Can be used for over-seeding dormant warm-weather grasses such as Bermuda and Zoysia to maintain a green lawn year round
  • Helpful in erosion control
  • Best for full sun to light shade (6-8 hours of sun per day)
  • Germinates in 5-10 days
  • Covers up to 5,000 sq. ft.
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Specifications

Dimensions

Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
5000.000
Product Depth (in.)
4
Product Height (in.)
27
Product Width (in.)
15

Details

Drought Tolerant
No
Grass Type
Rye
Landscape Supply Type
Accessory
Organic
No
Product Weight (lb.)
25lb
Region
Appalachians,California Coast,Mideast Central,Midwest,Northwest Coast,Northwest Mountain,Southeast,Southwest Mountain
Returnable
90-Day
Seed Type
Grass
Traffic/Wear Tolerance Level
High

Specifications

Dimensions

Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
5000.000
Product Depth (in.)
4
Product Height (in.)
27
Product Width (in.)
15

Details

Drought Tolerant
No
Grass Type
Rye
Landscape Supply Type
Accessory
Organic
No
Product Weight (lb.)
25lb
Region
Appalachians,California Coast,Mideast Central,Midwest,Northwest Coast,Northwest Mountain,Southeast,Southwest Mountain
Returnable
90-Day
Seed Type
Grass
Traffic/Wear Tolerance Level
High

Questions & Answers

how many sq. ft. does 50# cover

Asked by: billyboy
Depends how thick and green you want it. I used a fertilizer spreader between 3 & 4 setting to get the effect I wanted.
Answered by: HomeDepotCustomer
Date published: 2018-03-01

can i use this seed in NJ?

can i use this seed in NJ?
Asked by: Aamir
Hi Aamir, I found this info from: http://ryegrasses.com/info/whentoplant.html#.WutSFKQvwdU "Cool season grasses such as Annual and Perennial Ryegrass, grow best when the soil temperatures are between 50 and 65 degrees F. These temperatures usually occur when the daytime air temperatures are between 60 and 75 degrees. High temperatures of summer can cause these plants to go dormant and thus planting during summer is asking for problems. Start planting your cool season grass seeds when the fall temperatures reach 75° and are dropping as fall / winter approaches. Fall is the best / least risk planting time for cool season grasses. Alternately the second choice is to plant in spring when spring temperatures have reached 60° and are rising in the spring -- again this is not the BEST time to plant cool season grass" I hope this helps. The climate is a bit different where i live from NJ, so i wont have much first hand knowledge. But i have been able to to grow in warm climate between 70 and 80.
Answered by: vic
Date published: 2018-05-03

What seed do you suggest for a high traffic area in south Florida?

Asked by: Juan
Argentine Bahia and Zenith Zoysia grass are both great seeds for a high traffic areas.
Answered by: Pennington Team
Date published: 2018-02-06

Why purchase annual grass seed? Isn't it going to die over winter and never come back?

Asked by: Kevin
Personally I use it to fill in dead areas. They get muddy and spread otherwise. Then in spring normal grass is planted to fill in.
Answered by: bobncat
Date published: 2018-01-20
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Customer Reviews

25 lb. Annual Ryegrass Grass Seed is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 270.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Pennington Ryegrass Pennington Ryegrass works great on my lawn. My back yard is moderately shaded by 9 tall trees (6 deciduous and 3 coniferous). Until I used this ryegrass, I had a hard time growing grass around the water-saturated soil by my coniferous trees. This grass grows thick and green there, as well as the rest of my back yard which can get pretty dry in other spots. I seed very heavily, so it took me about three 50lb bags for a 1/4 acre. I did this to choke out the weed-like grass that was previously growing. If you have lawn conditions like mine, I highly recommend using Pennington's Ryegrass.
Date published: 2010-05-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fast Germination I done some extensive work around our property and ended up with about an acre + of dirt. I needed something that would take hold quickly especially in areas that would be prone to erosion such as steep slopes. After placing a heavy layer of seed down I placed straw over it and seeded it once more. I then watered it fairly heavily to weight down the straw this was on a Tuesday and to my surprise on that following Saturday I had grass about an inch tall in areas and within a week and a half all the areas were covered with new grass. It has proved so far to exceed my expectations with its quick germination qualities. Will have to write an update in a few months as to how the root system holds up.
Date published: 2014-10-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from First off, this is the most cost effective price on rye grass seed. We shipped it to store. Nex... First off, this is the most cost effective price on rye grass seed. We shipped it to store. Next, I cored and aerated the lawn. You will start to see results in as little as a few days after throwing the seed. This is the first season we have ever grown rye, but I can tell you that the lawn will be thick and very green during the winter. You will receive many compliments. The rye grows very fast, so if you want a break from mowing the lawn during the winter this might not be for you. Expect to mow every week, just like in the spring. Wife is so happy that the lawn looks great when everyone else's is brown during this time of year.
Date published: 2018-02-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Used this to over seed my backyard in the Dallas area this fall, wanted kids to have green grass ... Used this to over seed my backyard in the Dallas area this fall, wanted kids to have green grass to play on year round! Worked really well. I mowed the lawn short, at the lowest setting, then used a broadcast spreader to scatter the seed. Scatter it by hand around the edges or in tricky spots. Water twice a day, just enough to keep the ground wet, and it will sprout in about 7 days. Once it sprouts, it takes off and grows quickly. Limit traffic to the area until it is well established and hold off on mowing until it grows a bit. Once it gets established and you have been able to mow it, apply nitrogen fertilizer and it will green up and grow quickly.
Date published: 2016-11-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from outstanding due to the fact that there was a drought in California, I decided to not water my lawn as often as I usually do. it resulted to be a bad decision as my Bermuda grass began and ended up drying up. so I had the choice of either laying sod down or reseeding the previous lawn, after the calculation I decided to reseed/overseed my lawn with the 25lb annual rye grass in the mist of November. I first prepped the lawn by removing the dead grass with a rake, after I generously applied the grass seed and top it off with chicken manure. I watered the lawn that same day but I didn't want to over water it. unfortunately it rained hard for 3 days, I thought it was going to ruin the germination of the seed but didn't, till now my rye grass is growing healthy.
Date published: 2014-12-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Full, thick, wonderful green grass! When the rest of the country is in a polar vortex, were outside enjoying a beautiful green backyard! Ive been pleased at how quick and full my lawn came in. Its strong and has filled in many gaps on its own. There was more than enough seed in the 25lb bag for my nearly 2000 sq ft backyard with plenty left over. It has a beautiful green color and has been great so far.
Date published: 2014-01-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from If you want a full, lush and green lawn this fall and winter, I highly recommend Pennington Rye G... If you want a full, lush and green lawn this fall and winter, I highly recommend Pennington Rye Grass Seed. Using my the Home Depot credit card, I purchased a 50# bag of seed. I have used this seed for many years and am well please with the results. Easy to apply using a spreader or, as I do, by hand. I do not even use any fertilizer when applying. Just water the seeds in and in a few days you will see the results. The pictures of my lawn below shows the rye grass after 21/2 weeks after applying.
Date published: 2016-11-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice green yard in less than 2 weeks! Followed the directions and had a nice green lawn all winter. I had a full green yard in about 10 days. Steps I took: I mowed the yard shorter than normal (2 on my tractor). Then picked up any remaining clippings and leaves. Dropped the seed and kept them wet by running my sprinklers 5-7 minutes per zone 2X a day (morning and evening). I did that till the grass came up then adjusted my sprinklers to 5-10 minutes 1X a week unless we had rainfall. I added Scott's Fall Fertilizer (maroon bag) after the first mow which helped green up the lawn. After 6-8 weeks I dropped another round of the Scott's Fall Fertilizer which allowed the grass to continue to grow and helped green up some more. It is best to drop this seed 30 days before the first freeze. Normally that is early October here in North Texas but this year it was nearly the end of October before it was cool enough to germinate. This was an overseed over my Bermuda here in North Texas. This rye requires a mow every 4-6 weeks.
Date published: 2015-12-16
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