I live in san diego and want to plant winter rye. There is no grass
growing in the area at all. it used to be tomatoe fields. Is it to
late in the year to plant rye grass? If anyone can help that would be
great. I just want the field to look green. Planning to plant
something else in the spring or early summer.
Not really that familiar with your climate, having only spent short vacation
times there, but from what I understand, it is very mild, perhaps doesn't
freeze at all.
Around here (Texas), it is not too late to plant. We have two types of Rye.
One is annual, meaning it dies out when it is warm.
The other keeps coming back year after year. I don't think you want that.
I planted it, not knowing the difference, and several years later, am still
trying to get rid of it. It is hard to mow because it seems so wet and
Rather than ask your question on a public forum, it would seem to me to be a
better idea to go by a local nursery.