Common Bermuda Grass spreads vigorously, while hybrid Bermuda grasses grow slower and are smaller. In addition, hybrid Bermuda grasses do not produce seeds, but Common Bermuda Grass produces numerous seeds, which are viable up to two years. Common Bermuda Grass is more likely to take over hybrid varieties.
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Melody Lee worked as a newspaper reporter, copywriter and editor for 5 years. In addition, she has edited magazine articles and books. Lee holds a degree in landscape design and is a Florida master gardener. She has more than 25 years of gardening experience, which includes working at nurseries and greenhouses.