• TifBlair is more shade tolerant than bermuda
  • 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
  • Beautiful blue-green color
  • Slow vertical growth means less mowing
  • Soft tough and feel Learn More
  • Combining beauty with toughness
  • Dark green color with medium texture blade
  • Excellent sports field grass Learn More
  • Beautiful dark emerald green color
  • Good shade tolerance
  • Thrives in extreme heat and humidity
  • Excellent sports field grass Learn More
TifBlair Certified Centipede, is the product of over twenty-five years of research and genetic engineering by the internationally recognized turf grass breeding program at Tifton, Georgia. Led by world-renowned USDA/ARS geneticist Dr. Wayne Hanna

A dense, low maintenance, weed-free turf
TifBlair is more shade tolerant than the Bermuda varieties
TifBlair is slow growing and can be mowed infrequently without scalping
TifBlair needs less fertilization and performs well even in acid soils
TifBlair chokes out competing grasses and weeds

Certified Purity and Uniformity
TifBlair is available only through a select group of qualified, licensed producers
TifBlair is the first and only Certified Centipede variety.
With a known pedigree, TifBlair provides reliable performance and consistency

Adapts Remarkably Well to Dry Conditions
TifBlair's unique root system enables it to produce superior turf even in poor quality soils and under persistently dry conditions

Cold Hardy Enough To Extend Centipedes Northern Range
Improved cold tolerance over Common Centipede and St. Augustine varieties
TifBlair will out perform Common Centipede in it's traditional growing zones and adapts well into USDA growing Zone 7

Exceptional Late Season Color and Quality
Late season color retention is far superior to Common Centipede
TifBlair produces more stolons with more leaves more quickly than Common Centipede
In test conducted in Alabama, Oklahoma, and Georgia, TifBlair had quality equal to or better than the other tested centipede varieties