Sod and Landscaping
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Tifgreen Tifgreen Bermuda Sod is excellent as athletic field grass or recreational turf. Often seen on golf course putting greens. Very dense Low growing Fine textured Attractive manicured look Becomes dormant in winter Develops thatch Requires concrete borders for containment Great for recreation
St Augustine Sod does well in Orange County backyards that have plenty of shade. It is native to the southern United States where humid conditions do not permit cool-season lawn varieties to flourish. Very coarse Thick-stemmed runners Used where shade tolerance is priority Considerable thatching Dormant in winter Requires concrete containment borders Very shade tolerant […]
Marathon III Offers a beautiful appearance with least mow clippings. Marathon III is the state-of-the-art dwarf fescue combining slow growth and a rich, dark green carpet-like appearance. Low activity levels Slow injury recovery Can take up to 10% shade Mow between 1 ½’’ and 3’’ Substantially reduced clippings Medium/Fine texture Dark green year-round Where to […]
Marathon II Sod Grass Marathon II Sod offers a good balance between beauty and easy maintenance. With a slightly more refined appearance and high durability, Marathon II Sod is a very popular choice for Orange County homeowners. Weekend activity levels Good injury recovery Can take up to 25% shade Mow between 2’’ and 3’’ Medium/coarse […]