CREEPING RED FESCUE
Creeping red fescue is a short-rooted perennial producing stems 6 to 36 inches tall. The stems are typically reddish at the base, hence the grass's common name. The fine-textured leaves of the grass, which are slightly shorter than the stems, are narrow, folded and slightly hairy. The seedhead of the grass is dark green or reddish and is between 2 to 5 inches.
Creeping Red Fescue is a cool season grass. It's ideal for sandy soil. Creeping red fescue is drought and shade tolerant. Seeding rate 3 lbs will cover 500 square feet.