A favorite of State and County municipalities, Bahiagrass has a course texture, is a light green color, and grows sparsely. In addition, it doesn't handle cold temperatures well. For these reasons, we do not recommend it to homeowners as they are looking for a much fuller appearance for their lawn.
Having adapted to the soil and climate, Bermudagrass is another favorite of Florida homeowners. It is dense, with a mid range green color. It grows well in partial shade or full sun. It can also survive drought conditions, and high traffic areas.
Due to the fact that Empire Zoysia grows well in sandy soil it has become very popular with our residential customers. Empire Zoysia once established, grows aggressively. It has a dark green color and its leaves are open and wide, this gives it a pleasant full appearance.
St. Augustine Sod
St. Augustine grass has quickly become the most commonly requested variety of sod in Florida. The main reason for this, is its ability to grow and thrive in our warm, humid, sub-tropical environment. With its thick, lush, green, dense consistency, and ability to bounce back quickly from our rapidly changing weather, St. Augustine sod provides the beautiful lawn that our residential and commercial sod customers have come to appreciate.
St. Augustine Grass Floratam
Arguably the most popular variety of sod in Florida, we have Floratam. Although Floratam will appear to die in the winter, turning brown and crunchy, with the first hint of rain, and warm weather, Floratam springs back to life. Floratam is a sun lover and grows best with full sun.
St. Augustine Grass Palmetto
With an aggressive growth rate, Palmetto is very dense and spreads quickly. The short leaves are a deep green color, that grows well in full sun and partially shaded areas. Palmetto's cold tolerance is another reason it is so popular with Florida homeowners.
St. Augustine Grass Seville
A semi-dwarf variety with fine leaves, Seville has a shallow root system. It has decent shade tolerance and grows well in full sun. With its dark green emerald color its a favorite of Floridians, it can be sensitive to cold weather. Seville sod is quick to establish itself due to its dense, low compact growing habit.