By far, our most popular sod variety is Centipede. Centipede is often called a "lazy-man's grass" because the maintenance required to tend a Centipede lawn is so minimal. In many cases, for our climate zone and soil type, Centipede is a great choice for lawns in our area.
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419 Bermuda is the type of bermuda we offer at SB Turf, Inc. Bermuda sod is sometimes considered a "golf course" variety of sod. It can also be a great choice for a homeowner's yard. It likes a short mowing height and can thrive in not-so-great soil. This variety of sod is the only one we think it is 'ok' to overseed in the fall.
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Zoysia is quickly becoming a variety of sod we are getting more and more calls for. There are more than 20 cultivars of Zoysia (that we know about!) on the market today, so make sure if you are trying to match your existing Zoysia grass, you know what cultivar you have. Ours is like the Empire variety, which has a wide leaf blade.
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St. Augustine sod is a beautiful variety that we have learned to grow over our 10+ years in business in Horry County. Even for us professionals, St. Augustine sometimes poses a challenge. Also known as "Charleston grass," St. Augustine is a very popular turf for our area because of its ability to tolerate a lot of shade.
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