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Warm-season grass - light to medium green color, course leaf texture, creeping growth habit via stolons - robust, fast growing, establishes rapidly - level of maintenance is low to moderate.

Recommended Usage:

Well adapted to coastal regions with hot, tropical climates - used in residential, commercial, and industrial landscapes.

Temperature Tolerance:

Thrives in heat, adjusting well to temperatures up to 105%F - goes dormant and turns a tan color during winter when temperatures drop below 55%. Very poor low temperature hardiness.

Drought Resistance:

Excellent to fair - wide range in drought avoidance among varieties. Can go into summer dormancy when irrigation is withheld: upon return of moisture it will green up again.

Shade Adaptation:

Very Good.

Wear Resistance:

Moderate- rapid, resilient and stoloniferous growth habit.

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  • Slow vertical rate growth means less mowing
  • Low maintenance Learn More
  • Dark green color
  • Soft to touch, fine, tight blade growth
  • Excellent fall color retention and early spring green up Learn More
  • Combining beauty with toughness
  • Dark green color with medium texture blade
  • Excellent sports field grass
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  • A Bermuda grass with beautiful blue-green color
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  • A Beautiful St. Augustine with dark emerald green color
  • Good shade tolerance
  • Thrives in extreme heat and humidity
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Frequently Asked Questions

Once grass is established, shaded areas continue to require less water than full sun areas. Again, a fungicide may be needed during hot rainy periods when grass blades remain moist for prolonged periods to reduce grey leaf spot and brown patches. For an established shaded lawn, a good rule of thumb for watering is to allow grass to wilt slightly, apply up to, but no more than one inch of water; only water again when there is no more wilt. There are occasions when spot watering is necessary.
Selection of the best turf grass for your situation is a somewhat subjective situation. First, you must consider varieties that perform best in your local climate and soil type. Second, you should look to varieties that combine the overall qualities that are most important to you; aesthetics, maintenance requirements, environmental aspects, etc.
There is a common misconception that seeding is the best way to go because it is much less expensive than sodding. In reality, sodding turns out to be less expensive over time once such cost as increased maintenance and repair are accounted for. Add to that the instantaneous and finished look you get with sod and it is clear to see that sodding is preferable in most instances.

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