To Winter Seed or Not?

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Real Estate Agent with Realty ONE Group

Many of my sellers or landlords ask me every year if they should winterseed (overseed) their grass or not. I always tell them that it is a good idea. In Arizona if you don't plant winter seed then the grass goes dormant and is brown and dry over the winter months. If a seller is trying to sell their house, it needs to be in its best condition and having brown, dull, dry grass does not show the house's best side.

October is the time to plant the winter seed so, if you haven't done it yet, get busy doing it. It doesn't take that long  to plant the see for  a typical Arizona lawn and in 2-3 weeks you will notice the difference and the buyer's will be happy you did in the months to come.

 

For more information on my listings and myself as a realtor, please visit www.betsiemelter.com or follow me on twitter at http://twitter.com/RealtorBetsie

 

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Betsie Melter, REALTOR, GRI, ABR

Realty ONE Group

3530 S. Val Vista Dr. #114 Gilbert, AZ 85297

480.734.3644

realtorbetsie@gmail.com

www.betsiemelter.com

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Nannette Martin
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Well, I just learned something new about grass in Arizona.  I live in the Willamette Valley here in Oregon. The Grass Seed Capital of the World... I'll have to ask my current Arizona buyers if they reseed their grass...

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Betsie Melter
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I went to Oregon State so I know exactly where you are. You learn something new everyday, huh?

Thanks for the comment.

Oct 19, 2009 08:30 AM #2
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