Category: Turfs

Marathon Grass vs. Tall Fescue Grass

When it comes to healthy, lush lawns, there are many options homeowners have to choose from. Two of the most popular types of grass are Marathon grass and tall fescue. Both have their pros and cons, but what’s the difference between them?  Let’s take a closer look at the benefits of marathon grass vs. tall….

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Marathon Grass vs St Augustine

Marathon grass vs. St. Augustine – what’s the difference? Both of these popular warm-season lawn grasses have their pros and cons, but one may be a better fit for your yard than the other.  Learn more about the differences between marathon grass and St. Augustine so you can make an informed decision about which type….

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Best Grass For Southern California

Are you curious about what the best grass for southern California might be? In this post, we’ll break things down for you. In southern California, warm-season grasses tend to be most common. The weather here can get dry with periods of drought lasting for weeks at a time. On the plus side, our winters tend….

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What is Water Star Rated Seed?

Water Star is a trademark of Pennington Seed given to qualified seed that has been tested by the Turfgrass Water Conservation Alliance (TWCA) and proven to use significantly less water. This independent and external testing by the TWCA offers results that are objectively based on computer analysis, which includes the analysis of digital images, density….

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Prepping and Installing Your Own Sod

Anyone can lay their own sod lawn with the right tools and few pointers. Preparing For Sod Installation You want to make sure you clear the area where you will be laying your sod of any weeds and debris (rocks, cement, bricks, etc.). Next, you will roughly grade the area with a hand rake, sloping….

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Sod Types in California

We offer a variety of sod depending on where you are located. There are a few specific types that are a popular and great choice throughout California, often depending on personal preference. 1. Fescue and Bluegrass Our fescue and bluegrass blends are a great option for a number of reasons. Holds up great in high….

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