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    Do I really need to fertilize my lawn?

    Do I really need to fertilize my lawn? Many people are under the impression that once their lawn has been installed, it will continue growing beautifully since it is new and healthy; however, that’s not always the case. After care plays an important factor in the overall health and look of your lawn – this...

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    What is the best time of year to replace my lawn?

    What is the best time of year to replace my lawn? Say what you will about our Floridian climate – the heat and humidity aren’t loved by all; however, it allows many of our favorite plants (grass included) to thrive in all of our “seasons.” If you’ve transplanted from up north to Florida, you may...

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    Where does grass come from?

    Where does grass come from? Our sod comes directly from the farm to you. All of our grass is cut fresh to order, so you won’t have grass that’s been cut & sitting on a pallet for days before it makes it to you. That being said, let’s take it a step farther – what...

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    Sand-Based Sod versus Muck-Based Sod

    Sand-Based Sod versus Muck-Based Sod Sand-based sod is just that – sod based out of a sandy soil. But what in the world is muck? Muck is a dark, loomy soil that is found in the southern part of the state, around the banks of Lake Okeechobee & south into the Everglades. As a whole,...

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    Why isn’t my dead grass coming back to life?

    Why isn’t my dead grass coming back to life? With the extreme heat we’ve experienced this summer, it’s not uncommon for your grass to burn & turn brown. That being said, there are a lot of other reasons your grass may be turning brown and ultimately dying. Many people automatically assume brown grass is dead...

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    How does sod end up on pallets?

    How does sod end up on pallets? Have you ever thought about how grass gets stacked so neatly on a pallet? How does it actually get cut out of the ground, and keep just enough soil & roots for it to be able to grow successfully in another environment? When sod is cut out of...

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    Empire Zoysia

    Empire Zoysia We could talk for days about the benefits of Empire Zoysia – this is by far one of our residential customers’ favorite varieties on the market! There are entirely too many good things we could say about it. We’ll try to keep this concise, but it’s difficult not to get too excited given...

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    Saint Augustine

    Saint Augustine Did you know that Saint Augustine cannot be planted by seed? As a whole, it does not produce the amount of seed that would be needed. Instead, when grown by professional sod farmers, Saint Augustine is started as a sprig, and grows together to create the lush grass we strive to provide. Saint...

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    Strong Roots = Strong Grass

    Strong Roots = Strong Grass You will notice, many times when talking about grass, we will use the phrase “once established.” What does that mean exactly, and when is new sod considered to be “established?” Also, what does being established have to do with the durability of the grass? Once it’s been installed, it’s already...

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    Bermuda

    Bermuda Remember how we discussed the fact that Saint Augustine isn’t just one type of grass, there are multiple varieties within the Saint Augustine family? Well Bermuda is the same. As a whole, Bermuda grasses are known to have a grey-green coloring, and short, rough blades. Known for its deep root system and durability through...

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