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Sodlawn Sod Farm / Sod Palm Springs

The Best Farm Fresh Sod In Palm Springs

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Why SodLawn?

Premium Sod Varieties

Choose from a variety of the best sod for every home and commercial project.

Competitive Prices

We work directly with the best sod farmers in California and we pass on the savings to you!

Expert Guidance

Our team of knowledgeable staff will help you at every step of the order and delivery of your sod.

On-Time Delivery

Enjoy peace of mind with a 2-hour delivery window so you know exactly when your sod will arrive!

Farm Fresh Sod

Your sod will be delivered within 24 hours of harvest so you know that your sod is fresh and healthy.

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Find the best sod care information for all your post-installation questions with accurate & detailed sod care content.

Palm Springs Sod Care Recommendations

Palm Springs, CA - July 9, 2024

Popular Sod Types in Palm Springs

#1 Elite Plus
#2 Marathon
#3 St. Augustine
#4 Celebration                                                    #5 TifTuf



Chico Climate Facts

Annual Avg. Precipitation 5 in.
Days That Are Sunny 269 days
Rainy Days 15 days
Summer Temp. High 108 degrees
Winter Temp. Low 46 degrees

Recent Customer Reviews

sod unrolling

Sod was delivered on time and in great quality. Price was fair. Going close to a month I laid it, looks great. Great customer service.

Ceasar Franco, Los Angeles, Google

sod rolls

Great customer service. Great team, got my delivery the very next day from purchase. Will definitely continue to purchase from SodLawn.

Eruvei Alvarado, Los Angeles, Google


Great customer service! Kept me updated when my sod would come in. Also, great delivery crew.

Jakelyn Ramirez, Los Angeles, Google

The Lawn of Your Dreams in Palm Springs

Many people know Palm Springs for its reputation as a desert resort town and retirement destination. But Palm Springs has also been a major player in mid-century modern architecture. You can see examples of this architecture in many homes, as well as other structures, such as the Ballantines Movie Colony, the Orbit Inn, the Welwood Murray Library, and Palm Springs City Hall. You can see the work of Albert Frey, William F. Cody, Donald Wexler, E. Stewart Williams, and many other prominent architects throughout the area. 

There are two prominent annual film festivals in Palm Springs - The Palm Springs International Film Festival in January and Palm Springs International Festival of Short Films in June. Residents and visitors can also get a taste of Palm Springs cultural offerings through its many other events, festivals, and parades. 

With several parks, golf courses, and a water park in the city, and hiking trails and horseback riding in the nearby mountain and desert areas, outdoor recreation. 

Residents and visitors can take a break from the heat by visiting one of the area's museums or galleries, such as the Palm Springs Art Museum, Palm Springs Air Museum, Agua Caliente Cultural Museum, Backstreet Art District, Stewart Galleries, and Antique Galleries of Palm Springs. 

The Palm Springs POWER semi-pro collegiate league baseball team, which is comprised of college all-stars from the Southern California Collegiate Baseball Association, calls Palm Springs its home. 

Tennis enthusiasts can experience the annual BNP Paribas Open tournament. And the PGA Tour's Humana Challenge is also held in Palm Springs, and there are more than 100 golf courses in the area, so there are always options from which golfers can choose to play. 

With its many festivals, conventions, and events, the economy of Palm Springs is largely supported by tourism. There are numerous shops, hotels, restaurants, and high-end boutiques that market to tourists in the area, and there are approximately 20 clothing-optional resorts in Palm Springs. 

Some of the more prominent businesses in the area are the Ace Hotel & Swim Club, Colony Palms Hotel, and Bird Medical Technologies.

 The indigenous Cahuilla people originally settled in the area now known as Palm Springs before it became part of Mexico and eventually part of the United States in 1848. The first European settlers arrived in 1862. According to the 2010 Census, Palm Springs now has a population of 44,552 people. 

With more than 300 days of sunshine and only 4.83 inches of rain per year, Palm Springs has a hot desert climate. Even the winter days are usually warm.


Neighborhoods we Service in Palm Springs, CA


  • Vista Las Palmas
  • Old Las Palmas
  • Deepwell Estates
  • Araby Cove
  • Araby Commons
  • Salvia
  • Andreas Hills
  • Demuth Park
  • El Mirador
  • Escena
  • Oasis Del Sol
  • Sonora Sunrise
  • Sunmor
  • Most everywhere else...

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