Our Grasses

EMPIRE Turf

Zoysia Grass

Looking for a turfgrass that is beautiful, low-maintenance, and tolerant? EMPIRE Turf has it all. Its ability to withstand drought without permanent damage, chinch bug resistance, traffic tolerance make it a great choice for tricky climates. EMPIRE Turf requires less mowing and chemical application than other varieties, making maintenance less of a hassle. Most importantly, EMPIRE’s vibrant dark green color and medium-bladed texture make for an absolutely stunning lawn.

Drought Tolerant

Low Maintenance

Chinch Bug Resistant

Floratam

St. Augustine

The most common grass in Florida, Floratam is an easy to maintain wide bladed St. Augustine that performs well throughout Florida.

Wide Blades

Easy Care

Steady Performance

Bitterblue St. Augustine

St. Augustine Grass

Bitterblue St. Augustine was developed over 80 years ago as a cold-tolerant St. Augustine variety. It has a decent level of adaptability to shaded areas.  Bitterblue has wide blades and a darker green color than common St. Augusitne varieties.

Cold Tolerant

Course Texture

Shade Tolerant

ProVista

St. Augustine

ProVista St. Augustine grass is a warm-season lawn grass with tolerance to heat and humidity. Its blue-green, flat, broad blades form a dense carpet-like turf that establishes quickly and easily. ProVista has a slower growth pattern allowing for less mowing than conventional St. Augusitne grasses.

Cold Tolerant

Course Texture

Shade Tolerant

CitraBlue™ St. Augustine

St. Augustine

CitraBlue™ ‘FSA1602’ St. Augustine grass was developed by the University of Florida’s turfgrass breeding program under a sponsored Research Service Agreement with the Turfgrass Producers of Florida, Inc. (TPF). CitraBlue™ St. Augustine is exclusively licensed to TPF by Florida Foundation Seed Producers, Inc., a direct support organization of the University of Florida. CitraBlue™ will be marketed by Sod Solutions, Inc. and is expected to become commercially available by mid to late 2019 with more widespread availability in the spring of 2020.

Easier Weed Control

Reduced Mowing

Backed by Scotts®

EMPIRE Turf

Zoysia Grass

Looking for a turfgrass that is beautiful, low-maintenance, and tolerant? EMPIRE Turf has it all. Its ability to withstand drought without permanent damage, chinch bug resistance, traffic tolerance make it a great choice for tricky climates. EMPIRE Turf requires less mowing and chemical application than other varieties, making maintenance less of a hassle. Most importantly, EMPIRE’s vibrant dark green color and medium-bladed texture make for an absolutely stunning lawn.

Drought Tolerant

Low Maintenance

Chinch Bug Resistant

Floratam

St. Augustine Grass

The most common grass in Florida, Floratam is an easy to maintain wide bladed St. Augustine that performs well throughout Florida.

Wide Blades

Easy Care

Steady Performance

Bitterblue St. Augustine

St. Augustine Grass

Bitterblue St. Augustine was developed over 80 years ago as a cold-tolerant St. Augustine variety. It has a decent level of adaptability to shaded areas.  Bitterblue has wide blades and a darker green color than common St. Augusitne varieties.

Cold Tolerant

Course Texture

Shade Tolerant

ProVista

St. Augustine

ProVista St. Augustine grass is a warm-season lawn grass with tolerance to heat and humidity. Its blue-green, flat, broad blades form a dense carpet-like turf that establishes quickly and easily. ProVista has a slower growth pattern allowing for less mowing than conventional St. Augusitne grasses.

Cold Tolerant

Course Texture

Shade Tolerant

CitraBlue™ St. Augustine

Coming Soon

St. Augustine

CitraBlue™ ‘FSA1602’ St. Augustine grass was developed by the University of Florida’s turfgrass breeding program under a sponsored Research Service Agreement with the Turfgrass Producers of Florida, Inc. (TPF).  CitraBlue™ St. Augustine is exclusively licensed to TPF by Florida Foundation Seed Producers, Inc., a direct support organization of the University of Florida. CitraBlue™ will be marketed by Sod Solutions, Inc. and is expected to become commercially available by mid to late 2019 with more widespread availability in the spring of 2020.

Easier Weed Control

Reduced Mowing

Backed by Scotts®