Originally Posted by superintendent
No bg just go bermuda and overseed with Rye and you'll have the best looking grass all yr round between bermuda and rye. It does look like you let the bermuda go into dormant dry.
I second that, with the way that bermuda came in no sense in messing with a good thing. That type of grass really thrived in your area after you planted it.
In your part of the country bluegrass could be very problematic when it gets hot during the summer.
Stick with the bermuda, if it is flat land like you say it will be much
easier to establish as well compared to planting on that mountain in the front of the house.