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St. Augustine
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St. Augustine grass is one of the most popular lawn grasses in Texas thanks to its tolerance of heat and humidity.  Its dark green broad blades form a dense turf that establishes quickly and easily.  Additionally, it is shade-tolerant and grows well in sand or clay.  It has a medium wear and injury recovery.  St. Augustine is a warm-season lawn grass that is popular for cultivation in tropical and subtropical regions. It is a medium- to high-maintenance grass that forms a thick, carpetlike sod, crowding out most weeds and other grasses 

Tifway 419 Bermuda
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Tifway 419, or Tiff Bermuda is deep green in color and medium to fine in texture. It has excellent weed and disease resistance and is a superior turf for fairways, tees, athletic fields and home lawns. Its toughness, beauty and even growth has made it a popular sports turf for decades. It recovers quickly from injury and traffic and does well during drought conditions.  It can easily withstand 100-degree-plus temperatures, which make it a great choice for Texas lawns. Tiff Bermuda greens up faster in the spring and retains its color longer in the fall.

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Celebration® Bermuda

Celebration® Bermuda grass works well in high traffic and shady areas.  It requires less mowing due to its low, natural height.  It features a slightly larger blade (2.8mm) than Tifway 419 Bermuda and is a dark blue-green color which is visually appealing. It is an ideal choice for homeowners and contractors who want a medium-bladed bermudagrass. 

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Centipede

Centipede grass is a popular, light green turf grass for lawns in Texas.  Its ability to grow in poor soils and its low maintenance make it an ideal grass for warmer climates.  It is disease-resistant and grows best in full sun and sandy soils.  Centipede has a low tolerance to cold weather.

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Zoysia

Zoysia grass is a warm-season grass, as its active growth starts in the warmth of late spring and peaks during hot summer weather.  It is extremely drought-tolerant with its deep root system and grows best in soil with adequate drainage.  It is very wear resistant, but grows slowly, limiting its injury recovery.