Bolero Dwarf Fescue and Lawn Care

Bolero Dwarf Fescue/ Bluegrass

Vic Hannan is proud to offer the latest in hybrid Dwarf Fescue:
Finally a Bolero™ Dwarf Fescue you want to walk barefoot on! The result of over five years of research and development with one of Oregon’s leading plant breeders, Delta Bluegrass Company is proud to offer its new signature turf Bolero™ and Bolero Plus™. It features bluegrass-like texture, is more heat tolerant, and offers excellent disease resistance.What distinguishes Bolero™ Dwarf fescue from other fescues is that Bolero™ has its origin in the Mediterranean latitudes. Most other dwarf fescues originate in northern Europe. This distinction makes Bolero™ and Bolero Plus™ ideally suited for California climates.Bolero Plus is
(90% Bolero™ Dwarf fescue/ 10% Bluegrass)

  • Same qualities offered in Bolero™
  • Created with the addition of Bluegrass to Bolero™ dwarf fescue
  • Addition of Bluegrass assures better density, faster wear recovery and better wintering

Bolero Dwarf Fescue and Blue grass

Roll sizes: 24″ Wide x 60″  Long = 10 Square feet
Thickness: 3/4″ to 1″
Weight: 4 to 5 pounds per square ft.

Special arrangements may be made on larger amounts Call to order 530-243-3037


Installation and Care
Remove Old Lawn: Remove all rocks, weeds, debris, and old lawn from area you will be sodding. If noxious weeds are present, please give us a call and we will help with   proper weed control. A shovel or sod-cutter may help in removing your old lawn.
Soil Preparation: Using a spade or rototiller, loosen you soil to a depth of 6″ to 8″. Add soil amendments specific to your soil type. We can assist you in determining the proper amendment. Rototilling you soil improves aeration while soil amendments retain soil moisture. Sprinklers should be installed to insure uniform, head-to-head coverage.
Raking, Grading,
and Rolling:
Soil should be raked and rolled as smoothly as possible. Fill the lawn roller completely to break up soil clods. rake and roll your lawn area 3 times: lengthwise, width-wise and diagonally to ensure a level surface. Final grade should be 1″ below the sidewalk and edging to accommodate sod thickness. A thorough watering should be done two days prior to sod installation.