Low Maintenance, Attractive Grass Centipede

Centipede was introduced by seed from China in 1919. Centipede is slow growing in height, but a highly aggressive colonizing grass that can be depended upon to produce a good, dense, relatively weed-free turf at low maintenance levels. In spite of its aggressiveness, Centipede is easily controlled and usually requires edging only once a year around walks and flowerbeds.

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Easy mow

The easiest of all grasses to mow.
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Trouble Free

Generally more trouble-free than the other grasses if watered properly and fertilized sparingly.
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Sun Days

It thrives in full sun, but is tolerant of partial shade.
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Southern region

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Environment Friendly

CentiSquare
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Growth removed

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Thrives In Acid Soil

Super-Sod's centipede grass

Growing Centipede grass has a worldwide reputation for providing attractive lawn cover while having the lowest maintenance requirements of any turfgrass; a Centipede lawn is the lazy man’s preference. It can be grown from seed or quickly installed as sod.