Very popular in Australia, this is a fine, soft grass that thrives in high heat and humidity with good drought resistance comparable to St. Augustine grasses.
In use since 1994, this is another St. Augustine variety providing excellent drought tolerance remaining green longer than other varieties, with a finer texture than Floratam.
In use since 1972, this grass has a coarse texture and is great for sunny areas with moderate traffic.
-Seville St. Augustine
Originally introduced in 1914 from Brazil. Bahia is coarse-textured and drought-resistant. Bahia provides rapid growth in large, open sunny areas such as pastures and along roadsides. Bahia is a low to mid-maintenance grass and is known as highway/median grass.
Another Australian import specifically developed for golf courses and sports fields for its fine carpet, yet tough durability and quick recovery. This Bermuda hybrid is also very drought tolerant.
Known for its deep blue-green color and handles shade very well. Citra blue is disease-resistant and does well in full sun. Citra blue does well in sports fields and parks.
Adapts great in the coastal areas and requires moderate amounts of water. Paspalum is native to the Americas and is a warm-season grass.