Primarily a residential grass, St. Augustine is hardy, medium to fast growing grass that spreads by long, above-ground runner (or stolon’s). Its fast-growing nature and drought tolerance have contributed to its wide-spread usage.
Color: Deep Green or Blue-Green
Texture: Coarse Dense Texture
Sun/Shade: One of the more shade tolerant turfgrasses but will decline in dense shade.
Drought Tolerance: Regular watering required for optimal appearance.
Mowing Height: 2- 4 Inches - Requires Mowing every 2 weeks
419 TIF Bermuda is the most popular variety of Bermuda grass for sports fields, parks, golf courses and home lawns. Its texture and fast recovery make it ideal for high traffic areas.
Color: Dark Green
Texture: Dense turf with medium to fine texture.
Sun/Shade: Full Sun Preferred.
Drought Tolerance: Drought Tolerant but requires water weekly to remain green.
Mowing Height: 1- 2 Inches - Requires Mowing every 2-3 weeks
Great lawn grass that many see as a midway point between Tifway 419 and St. Augustine
Its characteristics range between the two and are very easy on the eyes.
Sun/Shade: Will tolerate full sun or partial shade.
Drought Tolerance: More drought tolerant then St. Augustine but less then Bermuda.
Mowing Height: 2 Inches - Requires mowing every 2-3 weeks
Only native turf grass
Popular to its low maintenance, extremely low water requirements, and natural look
Most common for roadside use and low water situations
Texture: Fine almost feathery.
Sun/Shade: Needs full Sun.
Drought Tolerance: Very drought tolerant - Can survive without irrigation
Mowing Height: Little to no care needed
Wilson Sod also carries many other types of grass. Call today for a price.