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Bahia Sod

Being a warm southern grass, Bahia grass is resistant to drought, disease and most insect attacks. Bahia grass can survive in a variety of soils from sand, sandy to clay and other infertile, dry soils. Click here for more...

Bitterblue Sod

Bitterblue has a finer, denser texture and darker blue-green color than common St. Augustine grass. It has improved cold tolerance and good shade tolerance but is not resistant to chinch bugs or gray leaf spot disease. Click here for more...

Celebration Bermudagrass Sod

Celebration Bermudagrass is an Australian Breed Cynodon dactylon developed by renowned turf grass breeder Rod Riley. This grass offers specifiers, landscapers, golf course designers, sports turf managers and home-owners exceptional performance across a wide spectrum of applications. Click here for more...

Common Bermuda Grass

Common Bermuda grass is drought resistant and grows on many soils. If fertilized and mowed properly, it will also make a good turf. Click here for more...

Empire Zoysia Sod

With a deep, thick root structure, EMPIRE Zoysia Grass is as hardy as it is attractive. This type of Zoysia grass is more drought tolerant than most other varieties. Click here for more...

Palmetto Sod

Palmetto St. Augustine is quickly becoming the industry standard. This versatile grass, because of its superior shade, cold, frost, heat and drought tolerance, is used in a wide range of climate and soil conditions across the Southern United States. Click here for more...

St. Augustine Floratam Grass

St. Augustine Floratam grass made its debut in 1972. Originally released by the Florida & Texas Agricultural Experiment Stations, it started off as a SAD virus and chinch bug resistant turf; it has now been found to be brown patch tolerant as well. Click here for more...

Wow my grass rocks!!!!!!! Thanks for the referral Lisa they were as you said...accurate, professional and detailed. If you need sod, call Frank and Tracy at Frank Polly Sod, they will make the experience painless. For the first time in 7 yrs, I am at peace and it is weird how grass can make you smile. We had St. Augustine twice and the companies were never close to Frank Polly sod. I guess actions do speak louder than words.

— Anna Brynild, Clermont FL

Tifway 419 Bermuda Grass

Tifway 419 Bermuda Grass is a hybrid Bermuda grass developed specifically for athletic applications such as golf courses, football fields, baseball fields, soccer fields and other high traffic sporting fields. A beautiful dark green color with a medium to fine textured leave is what characterizes the Tifway 419. Click here for more...


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