El Toro Zoysiagrass, developed by the University of California, is a medium bladed variety that is similar in appearance to Meyer Zoysia. El Toro Zoysiagrass recovers quickly and has shade tolerant characteristics. El Toro Zoysiagrass has become a popular golf course grass because it does well on shady tee complexes.
St. Augustine grass is a fast growing grass that has a medium to dark green color, coarse leaf texture, and is one of the most shade tolerant warm season turf grasses available. With proper maintenance, it will provide a dense, lush cover for a turf lawn. As a warm-season grass, it is best adapted to warm, humid areas that are not exposed to excessive or intense periods of cold weather.
Cavalier Zoysiagrass is a fine blade variety developed by Texas A&M that can tolerate very low mowing and has many of the characteristics that Golf Courses are looking for. An older variety (Emerald) Zoysiagrass is very slow to propagate or recover from damage.
Centipede grass is one of the most popular lawn grasses used in the warm season turf zone, extending from Virginia south into Florida and in the piedmont region of North Carolina as far west as Charlotte, N.C.
Tifway 419 Bermuda is one of the best all purpose hybrids. It is a fine leaf textured turfgrass that is used on golf course fairways, football, baseball, soccer fields, and home and commercial lawns. 419 Bermuda forms a dense durable surface under relatively low mowing heights and will tolerate drought well.
Celebration is ideal for central and southern regions of the United States. It has striking dark blue-green color and soft texture. With its shade, cold, and drought tolerance, Celebration boasts of advantages for the landscape professional and the homeowner as well. Its combination of proven performance, superior aesthetics, and commercial viability rivals or surpasses most other Bermuda grasses.
Bermuda grasses and Zoysia grasses are only established by two methods. Sprigging and Sodding. “Sprigs” are stem or rhizome segments dug from the field of turf. The sprigs are then planted by broadcasting them onto the ground and then crimping them in the soil.
Our sprigs are sold by the bushel. We can dig, supply, and install sprigs for your next project.