I have a small lawn in the front that I want to get sodded. I've killed all the old grass (fescue) thinking that I was gonna get St. Augstine, but we decided we wanted he Tall Fescue. I'm not sure what kind of fescue it is but the seller told me it would be fine to sod at this time of the year. The problem I'm having is that most other people are saying it's definitely NOT the right time to sod Tall Fescue and it would be impossible to keep it from burning up and dying in the summer heat. Is it possible for us to keep the sod alive through the summer if we water it enough? My yard is very shady and we only get about 4 to 5 max hrs of direct sunlight. The PH levels are perfect according to our soil tests. The yard is small (2500sq ft) so it won't be hard to keep it watered. The temps here are about in the high 70's and the low is in the mid 50's in the early morning. June is usually a rainy season for us here in Atlanta, GA. With these conditions, do you guys think we'll have a chance of keeping it alive through the summer months? Will it do any significant rooting during the summer? What can we do extra to keep it alive?