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Zoysia Grass

Drought Tolerant

Low Maintenance

Chinch Bug Resistant

Known and loved for its beauty and performance, EMPIRE Turf checks all of the boxes. EMPIRE Turf is low maintenance in that it requires less mowing and chemical applications than other zoysia varieties. It is chinch bug resistant and well suited to endure high traffic. In times of drought, EMPIRE survives without permanent damage. EMPIRE Turf isn’t just functional though, it’s gorgeous. Its medium-blade, dark green aesthetic gives EMPIRE lawns a lush appeal. EMPIRE thrives where other grasses fall short and is the perfect choice for Florida lawns.

Tifway 419 Bermuda


 Quick Recovery Time

 Drought Tolerant

 Disease Resistant

Tifway 419 is a dense, fine-textured, hybrid bermudagrass. 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.

Floratam St. Augustine

St. Augustine Grass

 Wide Blades

Easy Care

Steady Performance

The most common grass in Florida, Floratam is an easy to maintain wide bladed St. Augustine that performs well throughout the Sunshine State.

Seville St. Augustine

St. Augustine Grass

 Finer Texture

 Shade Tolerant

Salt Tolerant

Seville St. Augustine features a finer texture than common St. Augustine varieties. It is tolerant of both shade and salt and can thrive in a wide range of ph soil ranges. Seville features a good shade tolerance and can thrive on six to seven hours of sunlight per day.


Bahia Grass

 Drought Tolerant

 Heat Tolerant

 Lower Water and Nutrient Requirements

Bahia grass was developed as a warm season pasture grass and was introduced to Florida in the 1940s. Bahia is one of the most drought and heat tolerant varieties on the planet. It is extremely durable and features wider blades than other wear tolerant varieties of grass like bermuda. This variety does not perform well in shade but thrives in full sun. It has low water and nutrient requirements.