Sodlawn Sod Farm / Sod San Diego

The Best Farm Fresh Sod In San Diego

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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 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 the 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.

Sod Care Knowledge Base

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

San Diego Sod Care Recommendations

San Diego, CA - December 4, 2020

Popular Sod Types in San Diego

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

 

San Diego Climate Facts

Annual Avg. Precipitation 12 in.
Days That Are Sunny 266 days
Rainy Days 38 days
Summer Temp. High 79 degrees
Winter Temp. Low 46 degrees

Recent Customer Reviews

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Delivery very prompt. Excellent quality sod. It's been three weeks since and it looks just beautiful. Highly recommend SodLawn.

Sandra Seneviratne, Los Angeles, Google

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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

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Great service called and placed my order no problem.price on Sod was great.Quality of sod was great I would recommend Sod Lawn.

Albert Arevalo, Los Angeles, Google

The Lawn of Your Dreams in the San Diego

Dubbed “America’s Finest City,” San Diego, which is the county seat for San Diego County, is known for its beautiful weather and white-sand beaches right along the Pacific Coast.

Tourists from all over flock to San Diego for its many attractions, such as the San Diego Zoo, Balboa Park, SeaWorld San Diego, and the Belmont Amusement Park. Many cruise lines also operate out of San Diego. In 2012, the city hosted more than 32 million visitors who brought in approximately $8 billion in revenue. 

Arts and culture connoisseurs can enjoy visiting the many museums and galleries in the city, including the San Diego Museum of Art, the Museum of Photographic Arts, the San Diego Air & Space Museum, the Museum of Contemporary Art, and the San Diego Aircraft Carrier Museum, which features the USS Midway. 

The San Diego Symphony, the San Diego Opera, the Old Globe Theatre, and the San Diego Repertory Theatre also provide musical and theatrical entertainment to visitors and residents. 

On a more historical note, San Diego played an important part in American history when it hosted two of the World’s Fairs – the first in 1915-16 and the second in 1935-36. 

The San Diego Padres Major League Baseball team is at home in the city. There are also several minor league teams covering a few different sports, including the San Diego Gulls ice hockey team, the San Diego Seals lacrosse team, the San Diego Legion rugby team, and the San Diego Loyal SC and 1904 FC soccer teams. 

San Diego’s economic stability is supported by the defense/military sector, international trade, tourism, research, and manufacturing. The city’s deep-water port provides the west coast’s only submarine and shipbuilding yards. In addition, the largest naval fleet in the world makes its home there. In addition to the Navy facilities, other military installations in the area include Marine Corps bases and Coast Guard stations. 

Some of the major employers in San Diego are the United States Navy, the University of California San Diego, Sharp HealthCare, the County of San Diego, Qualcomm, Inc., and Scripps Health.

The indigenous Kumeyaay people once made the San Diego area their home before Spain claimed it in 1542. The city became part of the Mexican Empire in 1821, long before California became a state in 1850. San Diego has a population of more than 1.3 million people, according to the 2010 Census.

According to the Farmer’s Almanac, San Diego ranks in the top ten for best climates in the nation. The climate is classified as a Mediterranean climate with winters that are mild and summers that are hot and dry. Most of the city’s rain falls during the winter months.

 

Neighborhoods we Service in San Diego, CA

  • Point Loma
  • Mission Valley
  • Torrey Pines
  • North Park
  • Balboa Park
  • Clairemont
  • Hillcrest
  • City Heights
  • Carmel Valley
  • Logan Heights
  • Sorrento Valley
  • Golden Hill
  • Most everywhere else...
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