All Florida sod types we sell have their own special benefits--some thrive in higher salinity coastal soil, others do not require as much water; some are decorative and lush, others are tough and sturdy enough for daily backyard soccer games.

Different types of grass also have different requirements for sun/shade, watering, mowing and pest/weed control. This is why it is important to choose just the right type of grass for your lawn.

Call 727-845-6246 and tell us about your needs. We will help you make the best choice.

Floratam Grass is a variety of St. Augustine released by the University of Florida and Texas A&M University (hence the name: Flora TAM) in 1973. This cultivar was created to resist chinch bug and St. Augustine Decline (SAD) disease.

Take standard St. Augustine grass, soften the texture, turn the color spectrum to blue-green and you have Bitter Blue. This fine-bladed variety of turf grass was developed to dazzle.  It is prized for a number of reasons, including:

This variety of grass is from Argentina.  Even though Argentine Bahia originated on another continent, here in the North American South, it is one of the favorite types of grass used for pasture land and lawns. 

Better than most St. Augustine grasses, Palmetto Grass holds its dark green color in sun as well as shady conditions.

It has a dense, moderately course blade, which is very tolerant to traffic. Palmetto establishes itself quickly when planted in sandy environments, but has slower vertical growth, which require less mowing than Floratam St. Augustine.

St. Augustine grass is native to the Gulf of Mexico region, the West Indies, and Western Africa. It is of tropical origin and is typically found in the wild on sandy beach ridges, fringes of swamps and lagoons, salty and fresh water marshes, and limestone shorelines.

Leave Zoysia to fend for itself in the midst of a drought, and you have a good chance of it continuing to live.  A superb container of moisture, Zoysia has saved countless homeowners who sporadically irrigate from completely killing their lawns.  It is also tolerant of salt, as long as the area is well-drained.  To achieve the best results from Zoysia, remember: