Types of grass
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We examined the 9 most common warm and cool season grass types found in lawns across America and put together an easy-to-follow identification guide complete with characteristics, pros, cons, pictures, and more.
Given the tropical Tampa climate, the best options for turfgrass are warm-season grasses. While some of these may still go dormant in the winter, the levels of maintenance differ.
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Hate mowing your #lawn? Plant a no-mow lawn and reduce that chore to once or twice a year while conserving water and creating an inviting, lush lawn.
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A beautiful lawn starts by picking the most suitable types of grass depends on where you live. Learn about different types of grass lawn to grow for your landscaping.
Zoysia grass is known for its ability to stand up to heat, drought, heavy foot traffic and a variety of other challenges. In its optimal growing zones, this tough grass can deliver a beautiful, dense lawn with very little input from you. Whether Zoysia is right for you depends on where you live, your lawn care goals, and how you use your lawn. When those elements align with Zoysia's strengths, this versatile lawn grass may be the ideal choice. #Zoysian #grass #lawncare #lawn
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In this guide, you will learn about buffalo grass pros and cons so you can determine if it’s the right type of grass for your lawn.
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Do you know if your home would look better with a cool, transitional, or warm season grass? Check out these 6 different types of grass that will do well in the climate zone of your new home.
In this guide, we'll walk you through how to repair patchy grass in your lawn with seed and how to repair patchy grass in your lawn with sod so your yard will be the envy of your neighbors.
With all of the different varieties of lawn grass available today, choosing the right one can be confusing. At Andy's we can help you choose the right type for your specific conditions, ensuring that your lawn thrives for years to come!
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The best approach for avoiding nutsedge problems is to keep a well maintained and irrigated lawn. Nutsedge thrives in water logged soil.
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