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So you want to replace your lawn in Spring with some new St. Augustine or Bermuda sod? Now, let me tell you, it’s a fantastic decision! These grass types are ideal for our Texas climate; they thrive in the heat and can withstand the rare drought. They’re also very low-maintenance and appear lush and green all year. I’m not going to pretend that getting fresh sod planted can be a pain – you have to make sure the soil is properly prepared, and you have to water it exactly so for the first few weeks for it to take root. But believe me, it’s worth it! Your beautiful lawn will be the envy of all your neighbors once it’s established. So make the investment and enjoy your new, lovely grass!
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If you need to install new grass in your yard for your North Houston Texas home, we have got you covered. We offer two types of grass: St. Augustine Palmetto® grass and Tifway 419 Bermuda grass. We also have a variety of landscaping materials available, such as topsoil, mulch, fill dirt, black star gravel, and landscaping rock. Whether you prefer to pick up your materials or have them delivered to your doorstep, we offer both options. Additionally, we offer installation services to make your life easier.
Palmetto® grass is the most preferred sod grass for landscapers and homeowners in Houston. To meet the great demand, our owner has the farm cut enough grass every day for 10 to 20 pallets. We service Spring, The Woodlands, Klein, Tomball, and the surrounding Houston areas. If you have any questions concerning our sod grass rates, please contact our friendly sales staff. Palmetto® St Augustine Grass is constantly in stock and ready for your landscaping needs at our store. So, why waste your time hunting for good grass elsewhere? Come to us for the freshest, highest-quality grass to construct the lawn of your dreams.
Absolutely. Individuals are invited to come into our grass supply store and purchase pieces, pallets, or half pallets of grass.
Sod can always be purchased for $1.90 plus tax. This price only applies to St Augustine grass squares.
If you require sod installation, please contact us by phone or email. We’ll need to know how many pallets you require as well as the address of your property. If you are unsure how much grass you require. We may meet you at the property to collect measurements and schedule an estimate. 1-pallet minimum required.
Yes. Please tell us how many pallets you need. A single pallet is required. We’ll need your property address to calculate the delivery cost. Please keep in mind that the minimum required number of pallets is subject to change without notice. Please contact us for additional details.
The grass farm delivers fresh St Augustine grass to our business every day. Bermuda grass can be ordered as a special order item.
Topsoil is available in 1/2 cubic yard and 1 cubic yard quantities at our Houston-area landscape supplies store, along with other landscaping materials. Topsoil is the soil’s outermost layer, generally 5-10 inches deep, and it contains the highest concentration of organic matter, nutrients, and microorganisms required by plants to thrive. It’s ideal for laying a fertile foundation for your garden, raised beds, sod installation or any other landscaping project. Please keep in mind that loose materials can only be delivered if you order at least one cubic yard. We are excited to assist you with all of your landscaping requirements!
We sell grass at both wholesale and retail prices. Landscapers and contractors pay the wholesale grass price. Individuals pay the retail grass price.
The grass pallet is roughly 450 square feet in size. How many items are there on each pallet? Each pallet has around 165 sod pieces. How big are the grass tufts? 1-ft x 2-ft approx.
Here are the answers to the five frequently asked questions about Palmetto® St. Augustine Grass for homeowners and landscapers in the Houston, Texas area:
St Augustine Grass thrives in warm, humid climates and prefers well-drained soils that are moderately fertile. It requires a pH between 5.5 and 7.5, which is slightly acidic to neutral. It can tolerate some shade, but it grows best in areas that receive at least 4-6 hours of direct sunlight daily.
Grass is typically installed as sod pieces or rolls of grass that have been grown and cut in a field. The best time to install sod grass in Houston, Texas is during the spring or fall when temperatures are moderate and there is adequate rainfall. Before installing, prepare the soil by removing any weeds and rocks and adding any necessary amendments. Make sure the soil is moist but not saturated, then lay the sod tightly together, like a puzzle, ensuring the edges are pressed together. Water the sod thoroughly after installation.
After installing grass, it is important to keep it well-watered to help it establish roots in the soil. Water the grass every day for the first two weeks, and then gradually reduce watering frequency to every other day for the next two weeks. After the first month, you can water the grass once or twice a week, depending on weather conditions. Make sure to water deeply, so that the water penetrates the soil to a depth of at least 6 inches.
Grass should be fertilized regularly to maintain its health and vigor. In North Houston, it is recommended to fertilize grass three times per year: in early spring, late spring, and early fall. Use a slow-release, balanced fertilizer that contains nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. Follow the application instructions on the fertilizer bag, and make sure to water the grass immediately after fertilizing to help the fertilizer soak into the soil.
Palmetto® St. Augustine Grass requires at least 4-6 hours of direct sunlight daily to thrive. It can tolerate some shade, but too much shade can cause the grass to thin out and become more susceptible to disease and insect damage. If your lawn receives less than 4 hours of direct sunlight per day, consider planting a more shade-tolerant grass variety or replacing the grass with shade-loving plants. If you have no other option than to grow Palmetto® St. Augustine Grass in a shaded area, make sure to keep the grass healthy with proper watering, fertilization, and mowing practices to help it withstand the challenging growing conditions
We sell a wide range of landscaping materials, making it simple for contractors and homeowners to accomplish their landscaping jobs. You’ll find topsoil, mulch, compost, fill dirt, black star gravel, white stone, bull rock, limestone, crushed granite, and other materials. You can buy loose material by the cubic yard or half cubic yard. Load up on everything you’ll need. Request delivery on 1-yard or more of material. For landscape material rates, please contact us.
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Whether you’re a homeowner, contractor, or builder, we have everything you need to transform your landscaping dreams into reality! Our store offers a wide range of high-quality grass and landscaping materials that will help you achieve the perfect look for your lawn or outdoor space. From Palmetto® St Augustine Grass to various other materials, we have it all! You can count on our knowledgeable staff to guide you through the process and help you find the right materials for your specific needs. So why wait? Visit us today and let’s make your landscaping dreams come true!
Please note that the information provided on this website is for educational purposes only. We have made every effort to ensure that the information is accurate and up-to-date, but it is not intended to be a substitute for professional advice. We recommend that you do your own research and/or consult with your trusted landscaping company or our sales staff before making any decisions based on the information provided. Every yard is unique, and the best approach may vary depending on your specific needs and circumstances. Our goal is to provide you with helpful information, but ultimately, you should make the final decision based on your own needs and preferences.