Drought Tolerant Grass – Learn More About If You Should Plant It for Your Rental Property in Portland

Drought Tolerant Grass

By Property Management Systems

One of the downsides of winter ending earlier than normal this year is that we can expect another dry year for your rental property in Portland.

This doesn’t help since parts of Oregon and California that have been hit hard by drought for the last four years.

If you’re interested in preserving the curb appeal of your rental property in Portland, while also doing more to help the environment, by conserving water, it’s time for you to consider planting drought tolerant grass.

Why Drought Tolerant Grass?

Thanks to changing weather conditions in the Pacific Northwest, more homeowners than ever before, especially owners of rental property in Portland, have been faced with having to find more ways to save water at their properties, and planting drought tolerant grass is the way to go.

One of the best types of drought tolerant grass for your Portland Rental Property is DALSA 0605, a St. Augustine type of grass which requires less water and it stays green even during extreme heat.

Where to Buy Drought Tolerant Grass

In today’s world you can buy drought tolerant grass seed online at from most commercial growers, or you can purchase it locally from stores like Home Depot or Kohl’s.

You can also purchase drought tolerant grass in sod form but if you want to save money on landscaping expenses, paying for grass seed then reseeding your lawn, or hiring a landscaper to reseed it for you is the best way to go.

When to Plant New Grass Seed

One of the best times to plant new grass seed in Portland is right now, or in the fall, since you want to avoid the cold winter months when frost, ice and snow will kill any grass.

Rental Property in Portland

To get more tips for your rental property in Portland, or to learn more about our property management services, contact Property Management Systems today by calling me at (503) 515-3170 or click here to contact me through my website.

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