St. Augustine Sod
A native seashore plant, St. Augustine turfgrass is indigenous to the Gulf of Mexico, the West Indies, and Western Africa. St. Augustine has been planted in home lawns along the lower Atlantic and Gulf Coasts (from the fall-line south) since the 1890's.
- St. Augustine grasses are the most shade tolerant of all warm-season lawn grasses.
- St. Augustine grasses have an attractive green color.
- St. Augustine grasses have broad blades and large, coarse stems and produces a fairly compact sod.
- St. Augustine grasses perform well in wet soils and are salt tolerant.
- St. Augustine grasses are rapid growers requiring frequent mowing, but are easy to mow.
- St. Augustine grasses are vigorous year-round in frost-free climates.
- St. Augustine grasses are basically sub-tropical grasses, thus they are poor performers outside of the middle to Deep South (north of Atlanta/Charlotte/Raleigh, i.e., north of Zone 7a).
St. Augustine grass must be propagated vegetatively, therefore is ony sold as sod. Contact us at a neaby Super-Sod Outlet for pick-up or delivery of Super-Sod’s own superior selection: