Palmetto St. Augustine has a deep-green color and medium texture. This lawn grass has superb tolerance to shade, cold and disease. Palmetto St. Augustine stays greener longer than Bermuda and Centipede grass.
Palmetto St. Augustine is a hybrid which has a deep green color and a better texture. It remains green longer than Centipede and Bermuda grass. It has the ability to withstand hot weather as well as grow excellently in less sunlight. When it comes to resisting the cold weather it performs better than the other varieties. As soon as it is completely grown, it can endure the harsh drought but the texture is soft. This grass at Atlanta Sod Farm can be used for lawns, backyards of homes and especially for landscaping. The people living in the Southern states of the US can have Palmetto St. Augustine in their homes. This type of sod is purified and given a boost genetically to increase productivity and eliminate any contamination that was present in its predecessor. It is small-sized grass with tips that are rounded on the tip. Palmetto St. Augustine can be cultivated in almost all parts of the US and especially in Atlanta. Apart from using it in homes it can be patched in commercial areas; especially parks and sports grounds where the grass has to bear injury but it can recover swiftly because of the tough structure.