Bermuda is a desirable choice for a healthy lawn. As the fastest-spreading grass among warm-season grasses, you can expect a dense turf when installed in areas that receives at least 6 hours of direct sunlight. Resistant to weed, this turf requires little maintenance and in during the winter months, this turf goes dormant. However, should you experience a dry season, Bermuda will accommodate bi-weekly watering of up to 1/2 inch per day.

| Bermuda – |

| height 1”-2“ |

| ideal for zone 7 plus | Read More

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Centipede is known for its excellent heat tolerance and extremely low maintenance requirements. Centipede grass forms a dense lawn and typically requires six hours of full sun per day to grow. Centipede grass does not have a true period of winter dormancy. So, when exposed to proper sunlight, It can remain green all winter. This grass needs 1 to 1.25 inches of water per week to retain its color making this grass a favorite among homeowners interested in minimal upkeep.

| Centipede – Year-round |

| Height 1”- 1.5” |

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Tall Fescue

Tall fescue, a cool-season grass, is a perennial and evergreen grass, meaning it remains green year-round and will come back year after year. Tall Fescue typically requires 3-4 hours of sunlight and 1” to 2” of water per week. Dormancy takes place in the winter months and the grass will brown. In the spring the color returns. Making this grass a great option for your home.

|Tall Fescue – August – March|

| Height 2.5”-3.5” |

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Zoysia, a warm-season grass, makes an excellent low-maintenance lawn. Its appearance is dense when exposed to 4-8 hours of direct sunlight.  Typically, zoysia requires no additional watering, however in times of drought, ¾ of an inch of water is recommended once per week.  Dormancy takes place in the winter months and the grass will brown.  In the spring the color returns. Making this turf ideal for areas with 4-8 hours of direct sunlight

| Zoysia – March – October |

| Height 1.5” |

| Zones 6-11 | Read More…

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