Bermuda grass is one of the most popular of the warm season grasses. Bermuda grass can be easily planted doesn’t need a lot of water. Bermuda grass is planted for beautiful, durable grass lawns.
It is a medium-to-high-maintenance grass that forms a thick, carpet like sod, crowding out most weeds and other grasses. It only needs 4 hours of sunlight a day to remain healthy.
Zoysia grasses are slow-growing, sod-forming grasses that make a very dense, wear-resistant lawn. Zoysia grows best in full sun or partial shade. It requires less mowing, but is tougher to mow than Bermuda grass. It is easier to keep out of ornamental beds than Bermuda grass.
Is a very shade resistant grass that does not need a lot of water when established.
Is a cool season grass. It can provide a green winter lawn over seeded on warm season grasses that go dormant in the fall/winter. Ryegrass planted on newly seeded lawns of cool and warm season grasses Ryegrass acts as an erosion barrier while the permanent lawn develops. Ryegrass also provides and area with an almost “instant” green coverage.