Like many in the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic we have been under severe drought conditions for months now. I long ago gave up on the raised beds of veggies and things, but had hoped for the grass to survive. I don't know what the spring
will bring but the little bit of rain we've been getting recently has been kind to the drought resistant weeds
and other non-grass plants.
I'd been considering zoysia(?) plugs but the 5-8 years they take to spread is a long time to look at crab grass and other less desirables. Does anyone have any suggestions as to a faster way to regain a decent grass cover? Any varieties of grass that are more appropriate for my region (coastal Delaware)? I am not looking for an immaculate lawn, but something that is more like grass than weeds
would be nice.
Under normal circumstances clover and crab grass made up a large portion of the "lawn".