St. Augustine sod grass is courser than most fine textured Bermuda grasses. It provides a denser ground cover and is an aggressive growing grass that is also easily controlled around it borders.

Because St. Augustine seldom produces viable seeds, it is most often planted via plugs, sprigs, or sod; sod being the most desirable.

It requires lots of moisture, is best suited for humid areas like Florida, Texas, and other southern states with sub-tropical to tropical weather, and is known to relatively shade tolerant in most varieties.

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