St. Augustinegrass for Florida Lawns


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St. Augustinegrass produces a green to blue-green dense turf that is well adapted to most soils and climatic regions in Florida. It has relatively good salt tolerance, and certain cultivars have better shade tolerance than other warm season grass species. St. Augustinegrass establishes quickly and easily and may be planted as sod, sprigs, or plugs.

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