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Argentine Bahia

Bahia grass is a relatively low maintenance grass with fewer disease and insect problems than some of the other introduced warm season grasses. It has many desirable characteristics such as: drought tolerance, adequate forage quality, and a low to moderate fertility requirement. It is used on residential and commercial areas because of its durability and low maintenance. It can be planted on different types of soils such as: sand, sandy loam, clay or muck. Learn more.

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St. Augustine Floratam

Floratam is a coarse-textured grass, but a distinguishing feature of it, is its longer and wider leaf blades. This dark-green cultivar grows rapidly in both spring and summer. Floratam needs plenty of sunshine and will perform poorly if it receives less than six hours of sunlight a day. It is mostly used on residential areas because its beautiful appearance can make your home look even better. Learn more. 

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Empire Zoysia

Empire Zoysia Grass is very drought tolerant, it can recover in 60 days drought. It is a soft, beautiful, and safe type of grass for your family and pets to be around. You might not expect a grass this strong to also be soft, but you can easily walk across it barefooted with no problem. Durable enough for professional use, too, Empire is a favorite of homeowners as well as golf courses, theme parks, master planned communities, office complexes and more. Learn more. 

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Palmetto does well in full sun or partial shade but not in dense shade. It is sometimes referred to as drought tolerant, but research has not shown that it has any greater degree of drought tolerance than other St Augustine grass cultivars. It is not resistant to insects and sometimes has problems with disease, particularly in Florida's humid environment. It tends to have a lighter green color than many other cultivars. Learn more.

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Seville is considered a dwarf cultivar that is a much finer textured grass than Floratam. Seville is blue-green in color with excellent color retention. Seville tolerates salt, shade, and drought well. Its leaf blade gives it a unique appearance preferred by many homeowners. It is considered one of the most shade tolerant turf grass among the St Augustine grasses. Learn more. 



Mulch is a 2- to 4-inch layer of material that covers the top of the soil in your gardens and is a gardener's best friend especially if you hate weeding. A thick layer of mulch will prevent weed seeds from germinating and growing to compete with your plants for water and nutrients. Mulch is also water conserving. It prevents soil from drying out resulting in less watering needed in your garden. There are two basic types of mulch, organic and inorganic. Learn more. 


Bermuda grass is valued for its exceptional heat and drought tolerance and a capacity to withstand heavy use and recuperate quickly. This combination of qualities leads many lawn owners in the United States to rely on Bermuda for its toughness and resilience. But Bermuda's climate requirements do limit its use. Depending on where you live and how you use your lawn, Bermuda grass may be a leading choice for you. Learn more. 

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