Zenith Zoysia is a wide-bladed zoysia variety with a dark green blade and has lower water requirements. It is a variety that needs less fertilization than most and can be mowed with a reel or rotary mower. Zenith features a dense canopy that helps slow weed growth.
Mercedes is a St. Augustine grass that was developed by the University of Florida breeding program in the 1980s. It has a similar appearance to Raleigh St. Augustine and features elevated cold tolerance. Like other St. Augustine varieties, it features a coarse texture and has a higher level of shade tolerance than other warm-season grass types.
Common Centipede is one of the most widely used grasses for home lawns in the Southeastern United States. Well suited for low pH soils, common Centipede is a slow growing grass that needs very little fertilizer and handles drought well.
Tifway 419 is a dense, fine-textured, hybrid Bermuda grass. This warm season turf grass requires full sun, and has a good heat tolerance, wear resistance and will recover quickly if damaged. Although Tifway 419 is an excellent choice for home lawns in northern part of the transition zone between cool and warm season grasses, it is primarily used on golf courses, sport fields, and commercial sites.