Floratam (St. Augustine): Is the most common type of sod in coastal Florida.  If properly maintained, it is a life time lawn. It is a very dense sod, which grows by sending out runners which cover new areas over time. Floratam is a full sun grass which requires at least 5 hours of sunlight per day. It has large flat stems and broad coarse leaves with a dark green color. It has to be watered frequently, so an irrigation system is recommended with this type of grass. 
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CitraBlue®: (St. Augustine): the newest St. Augustinegrass from the University of Florida was developed to solve lawn disease issues and to be a dramatic improvement over Florida’s most common grass, Floratam St. Augustine. Not only is the disease resistance of CitraBlue improved, but it also may be one of the top grasses for shady landscapes. As its name implies, CitraBlue features a distinct blue color.
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Citrazoy (Zoysia): CitraZoy Zoysiagrass is a medium-fine-bladed zoysia variety found in the southern United States and around the world. It was developed for its ability to resist common turfgrass diseases and provide a ‘high-end’ appearance in commercial and residential landscapes while maintaining the toughness and traffic tolerance that zoysiagrasses provide.
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Celebration (Bermuda): Grass is a perennial sod, dark green, drought resistant, low growing, fast repairing, has fair salt tolerance, can be mowed closely, forms a dense turf, goes dormant when temperatures drop below 60 degrees and greens up fast when temperatures rise. Bermuda grass requires quite a bit of maintenance, and upkeep.
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Bahia: Is the most common pasture grass in Florida, and has a much higher drought tolerance. Bahia has a thin blade and sends up narrow stalks with black seed pods to spread. The grass will thin out over time and has a low tolerance to many weed control herbicides. It is also less expensive than Floratam.
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Palmetto (St. Augustine): Palmetto has a vivid emerald green color and a finer texture. Palmetto had superior shade, cold, frost and drought tolerance. 
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