Types Of Grass2018-07-08T17:05:50+00:00

TYPES OF GRASS.

St. Augustine – Tif – Buffalo – Centipede – Bermuda – Zoysia.

What’s The Best Grass To Plant in the Brazos Valley?

There is no “one answer fits all.”
We will make the BEST recommendation that will give you the BEST results.

There are several factors to consider when deciding on the right type of grass for your situation.

While water is a critical element for turf and grass growth success, selection of the right type of grass for certain locations in College Station or Bryan is very important. Some grass, like Raleigh or Palmetto St. Augustine, will grow in shade while others need full sun. Some types of grass, like Tifway, will tolerate foot traffic like you see on a golf course, while others, like Centipede, will not.

The blistering Texas heat, can present problems for maintaining a hardy, green lawn during the summer months. Some types of turf or grass, like St. Augustine or Zoysia, can withstand the heat while others, like Centipede, might struggle without proper maintenance.

Need Help with your Grass or Turf Project?

Take advantage of expert advice from our savvy professionals.

Drew is one of our resident grass and turf expert. He can help answer any questions about grass, turf, or guide to the best solution for your project.

Call Drew today at (979) 696-6443

Our Grass and Turf

The staff at All American Stone and Turf has years of experience working with the different varieties of grass and understands the conditions under which they can grow and thrive.

An overview about tolerance conditions can be seen on our resistance chart (below), and we can offer additional information about specific types of grass and turf, perfect for College Station and Bryan weather.

We’ve selected types of grass and turf that are suitable for our area of Texas, so you don’t have to worry about purchasing a product that looks good in a catalogue but will not do well in College Station, Bryan, or the Brazos Valley.

Our grass and turf selections include the following varieties:

Raleigh St. Augustine
Palmetto St. Augustine
Centipede
Celebration Bermuda
Tifway 419
Tif Sport
Tifdwarf
Buffalo
Palisades Zoysia
Empire Zoysia
Cavalier Zoysia
Jamur Zoysia

Grass Resistance Chart

Some types of grass and turf are excellent for shade while others need sunlight. Some types of grass and turf are great for foot traffic, like grass used on golf courses, while others are not so tolerant. The availability and resistance chart below is a guide to help you make your selections. Our knowledgeable staff can clarify any questions that you may have about your purchase.

TURF ORDER TIME HEAT COLD DROUGHT SHADE WEAR
Raleigh St. Augustine In Stock Good Excellent Good Excellent Fair
Palmetto St. Augustine 1-2 Days Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Fair
Tifway 419 1-2 Days Excellent Good Excellent Poor Excellent
Celebration Bermuda 1-2 Days Excellent Good Excellent Good Excellent
Palisades Zoysia 1-2 Days Good Excellent Excellent Good Excellent
Empire Zoysia 1-2 Days Excellent Excellent Excellent Moderate Excellent
Cavalier Zoysia 1-2 Days Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent
Buffalo Special Order Excellent Good Excellent Low Moderate
Centipede Special Order Poor-Moderate Excellent Poor-Moderate Moderate Poor
Jamur Zoysia Special Order Moderate Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent
Tifdwarf Special Order Excellent Poor Excellent Poor Excellent
Tif Sport Special Order Excellent Excellent Excellent Low Excellent

We Deliver – Schedule Now!

Even if you can’t visit our location to pick up your grass or turf, All American Stone and Turf’s fleet of trucks, trailers, cranes, loaders and lifts can provide delivery service for your project, big or small.

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Need Help with your Project?

Take advantage of expert advice from our savvy grass and turf professionals.

Drew is our resident specialist. He can answer any questions about grass, turf, or anything related to your project.

Call Drew today at (979) 696-6443

Get Rid Of The Guesswork!

Wondering which grass is the best choice for your project, or just want to chat about the different options?

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