Our St. Augustine Grass Sod was Developed for Houston!
Call us at 281-431-7441. Our high-quality St. Augustine Grass Sod is ideally suited to a wide variety of project applications in the Houston area, and most of the grass sod we sell to homeowners in the Houston Metro area is St. Augustine grass.
I felt I was in a time crunch in needing to get a pallet of grass delivered before rain was scheduled to come in. Houston Grass delivered within the hr of my placing the order. My delivery guy was courteous and quick to unload. The quality of the grass was high for the fall time of the year. I’m very satisfied. – Paul D – November 9, 2017
At Houston Grass, we sell Houston’s best St. Augustine sod at great prices with substantial discounts for larger quantities. Compare our quality and prices with the grass sod sold by Houston-area big box stores and you’ll buy your grass from Houston Grass.
Here’s Houston Grass Owner Michael Romine talking about the varieties of St. Augustine grass.
Raleigh St. Augustine Grass Sod
Potential disease problems for this variety of grass are gray leaf spot in the summer and brown patch in the fall. Both of these diseases are made more likely by over watering. They’re also more likely after fertilization.
Potential insect problem include chinch bugs. This insect becomes active during hot dry periods. They are first detected by brown patches in the lawn that do not recover after watering. A variety of liquid and granular insecticides are available to control chinch bugs. Make an application to the entire lawn and water thoroughly to eliminate the problem.
Please check our video on why you might pick Raleigh St. Augustine grass sod for your next lawn project.
Palmetto St. Augustine Grass Sod
Palmetto St. Augustine grass sod has finer textured leaves and stolens when compared to Raleigh St. Augustine grass. Tighter leaf spacing gives it a thicker look. Palmetto St. Augustine does not require the full sunlight that Raleigh St. Augustine requires, but it does need at least three to four hours of direct sunlight with filtered sun throughout the rest of the day.
Because of the denser turf appearance, it gives a better grass sod appearance in the shade. A massive root system gives Palmetto St. Augustine grass good drought resistance.
Potential disease problems for Palmetto St. Augustine grass as well as for Raleigh St. Augustine are gray leaf spot in the summer and brown patch in the fall. Both of these diseases are made more likely by over watering. They’re also more likely after fertilization.
These diseases can be prevented by an application of the fungicide, Terrachlor (PCNB). Terrachlor is the product of choice, but it is difficult to find. Scotts Lawn Fungus Control or Turficide is an alternative that can be found at home improvement stores.
Potential insect problems include chinch bugs. This insect becomes active during hot dry periods. They are first detected by brown patches in the lawn that do not recover after watering. A variety of liquid and granular insecticides are available to control chinch bugs. Make an application to the entire lawn and water thoroughly to eliminate the problem.
Please check our video about Palmetto St. Augustine grass sod.
Buy Your St. Augustine Grass Sod from Houston Grass!
Our grass comes from our family farm in Bay City, TX, and our family has been in the grass business there for more than 30 years. We know the quality that’s grown into the grass and we’re confident that you’ll be happy with any St. Augustine grass sod you purchase from Houston Grass.
Call us at 281-431-7441 today! Check out the reviews and testimonials we’ve received from our customers.
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