Develop a plan for the landscape
You should have a good plan before you start landscaping plants and fescue. Try to get a good estimate of the area involved and plan accordingly. It is best to make a sketch of the things you need and how you plan to set the garden so that you can save time during the landscaping.
This is extremely important as you want to know which type of soil you have in your garden area. The soil-testing can provide you with vital information on how to plant fescue. In this way, you can also determine which areas are best for growing plants and fescue.
Plant the fescue in tested areas
You should plant fescue in the areas that have tested slightly acidic. These type of areas are best for the growth of fescue and will provide you with the best results. You need to plant fescue in the areas that are prone to wearing away. Any other areas would not help your cause and could also damage the plant.
Make combinations with plants and coloured grass
You can use a variety of combinations of fescue and plants to give your garden area a perfect and colourful look. There is blue coloured fescue and you can also use the plant with coloured grass to add to the brightness and colourfulness of your backyard.
Fescue can also be used to create a border to the garden area. Different plants and flowers can also be used as combinations for this purpose.