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

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

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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.

Santa Rosa Sod Care Recommendations

Santa Rosa, CA - December 5, 2020

Popular Sod Types in Santa Rosa

#1 Bolero Plus
#2 Elite Plus
#3 Celebration Bermuda
#4 Mow Free
#5 Kurapia

 

Santa Rosa Climate Facts

Annual Avg. Precipitation 38 in.
Days That Are Sunny 256 days
Rainy Days 76 days
Summer Temp. High 84 degrees
Winter Temp. Low 38 degrees

Recent Customer Reviews

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From the minute I called, the team at SodLawn was knowledgable and professional. I had no idea of what would work best for where I live or how to care for it. They made great suggestions and delivery was fast! Now we have a beautiful lawn and feel we made a great choice with SodLawn.

Denise Johnson, Sacramento, Google

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Friendly service, great turn around time, 100% recommended.

 

Suresh Maghrajh, Sacramento, Google

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Always on time. Short-notice delivery. Excellent product. Helpful staff. What more could you ask for.


T Hadley
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The Lawn of Your Dreams in Santa Rosa

Located in California’s Wine Country, at the gateway to the Sonoma and Napa Valleys, the Santa Rosa area is known for its wineries and vineyards. Some popular wineries in the area include Inspiration Vineyards Winery & Tasting Room, Stephen & Walker Winery, St. Francis Winery & Vineyards, and Paradise Ridge Winery. 

The city of Santa Rosa has been used as a filming location for dozens of films, including Alfred Hitchcock’s Shadow of a Doubt, The Wonderful World of Disney, Cujo, Peggy Sue Got Married, Scream, and The Man Who Wasn’t There. 

Santa Rosa is home to several museums for those looking for artistic and cultural inspiration. These include the Sonoma County Museum, the Children’s Museum of Sonoma County, the Ripley Museum of One Tree, the Pacific Coast Air Museum, and the Charles M. Schulz Museum, in honor of the late “Peanuts” creator who once was a Santa Rosa resident.                                                                             

The city also hosts a variety of events and festivals, including the Santa Rosa Tattoos & Blues Festival, the Annual Battle of the Brews, the California Artisan Cheese Festival, the Country Summer Music Festival, and Wine Country Games. 

There are 65 parks in the Santa Rosa area, containing everything from playgrounds and sports fields to meadows and walking trails. There are also tours available in the area, including bike tours. And for the super-adventurous, Safari West allows visitors to enjoy a full safari experience, stay in a luxury tent cabin, come face-to-face with exotic animals, and even have a rhinoceros encounter. 

With 17 commercial districts and three large shopping malls, Santa Rosa receives a large amount of economic support from retail businesses. Tourism is also important to the city’s economic health, and much of this tourism is related to the area’s wine production. Other industries contributing to the area’s economy include wholesale trade, manufacturing, construction, and agriculture. 

Some of the major employers in Santa Rosa are the County of Sonoma, Kaiser Permanente, Sutter Medical Center of Santa Rosa, Santa Rosa Junior College, Keysight/Agilent Technologies, and Amy’s Kitchen.

Prior to the arrival of European settlers, the Indigenous Pomo people inhabited the area. Unfortunately, most of the Pomo people died after contracting smallpox from the Europeans.

Santa Rosa was officially incorporated as a city in 1868, and after the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, much of the city was destroyed. Today Santa Rosa is the seat of Sonoma County and has a population of 167,815, according to the 2010 Census. 

The climate of Santa Rosa is classified as a warm-summer Mediterranean climate. The city has dry, warm summers and wet, cool winters. Evening fog sometimes falls over the area, but it usually dissipates by morning. The average amount of annual rainfall is 32.20 inches, and that rain falls over a period of about 74 days.

Located in California’s Wine Country, at the gateway to the Sonoma and Napa Valleys, the Santa Rosa area is known for its wineries and vineyards. Some popular wineries in the area include Inspiration Vineyards Winery & Tasting Room, Stephen & Walker Winery, St. Francis Winery & Vineyards, and Paradise Ridge Winery. 

The city of Santa Rosa has been used as a filming location for dozens of films, including Alfred Hitchcock’s Shadow of a Doubt, The Wonderful World of Disney, Cujo, Peggy Sue Got Married, Scream, and The Man Who Wasn’t There. 

Santa Rosa is home to several museums for those looking for artistic and cultural inspiration. These include the Sonoma County Museum, the Children’s Museum of Sonoma County, the Ripley Museum of One Tree, the Pacific Coast Air Museum, and the Charles M. Schulz Museum, in honor of the late “Peanuts” creator who once was a Santa Rosa resident.                                                                             

The city also hosts a variety of events and festivals, including the Santa Rosa Tattoos & Blues Festival, the Annual Battle of the Brews, the California Artisan Cheese Festival, the Country Summer Music Festival, and Wine Country Games. 

There are 65 parks in the Santa Rosa area, containing everything from playgrounds and sports fields to meadows and walking trails. There are also tours available in the area, including bike tours. And for the super-adventurous, Safari West allows visitors to enjoy a full safari experience, stay in a luxury tent cabin, come face-to-face with exotic animals, and even have a rhinoceros encounter. 

With 17 commercial districts and three large shopping malls, Santa Rosa receives a large amount of economic support from retail businesses. Tourism is also important to the city’s economic health, and much of this tourism is related to the area’s wine production. Other industries contributing to the area’s economy include wholesale trade, manufacturing, construction, and agriculture. 

Some of the major employers in Santa Rosa are the County of Sonoma, Kaiser Permanente, Sutter Medical Center of Santa Rosa, Santa Rosa Junior College, Keysight/Agilent Technologies, and Amy’s Kitchen.

Prior to the arrival of European settlers, the Indigenous Pomo people inhabited the area. Unfortunately, most of the Pomo people died after contracting smallpox from the Europeans.

Santa Rosa was officially incorporated as a city in 1868, and after the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, much of the city was destroyed. Today Santa Rosa is the seat of Sonoma County and has a population of 167,815, according to the 2010 Census. 

The climate of Santa Rosa is classified as a warm-summer Mediterranean climate. The city has dry, warm summers and wet, cool winters. Evening fog sometimes falls over the area, but it usually dissipates by morning. The average amount of annual rainfall is 32.20 inches, and that rain falls over a period of about 74 days.

Neighborhoods we Service in Santa Rosa, CA

  • Oakmont
  • Montgomery Village
  • Fountaingrove
  • Bellevue
  • Monroe
  • Melita
  • Gravenstein
  • South Park
  • Los Guilicos
  • Vintage Oaks
  • Bennett Valley
  • Most everywhere else...
Zip Codes in Santa Rosa, CA service area Show Zip Codes

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