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C.O.S Design
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Radnor Street
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St. Augustine (Stenotaphrum secundatum, USDA zones 8 to 10; find your zone)
St. Augustine (Stenotaphrum secundatum, USDA zones 8 to 10; find your zone). This grass
well in moderate shade and provides good coverage with minimal mowing. St. Augustine is a "carpet" grass that creates a great low-profile lawn with high heat
Grass TypesSt. Augustine (Stenotaphrum secundatum, USDA zones 8 to 10; find your zone). This grass
well in moderate shade and provides good coverage with minimal mowing. St. Augustine is a "carpet" grass that creates a great low-profile lawn with high heat
It's native to the Gulf Coast regions, West Indies and Western Africa.St. Augustine does not handle high foot traffic well and is not recommended for areas
“Entrance” — Peter Ng
Wagner Hodgson
5 Reviews
North Cove
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grasses due to their erect growth habit. •Warm-season grasses (Bermuda, St. Augustine, big bluestem) grow best in warmer climates, are typically more drought
grasses due to their erect growth habit.Warm-season grasses (Bermuda, St. Augustine, big bluestem) grow best in warmer climates, are typically more drought
almost exactly the same as some relative I had several thousand years ago," Augustin says. "Our brains change so slowly that things that made us comfortable
“Steps in the grass” — marcikent
Statile & Todd
3 Reviews
Flowering Shrub and Perennial border to a lawn panel
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lookout for "brown patch" disease in your lawn, particularly if you have St. Augustine grass. It appears as dead grass in a doughnut shape with fairly green
“shaded lawn and flower borders” — Carol Crotta
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
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Soho Beach House
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a tree. You can find established bushes as far north in the state as St. Augustine.
“Like &have large tall SeaGrapes (larger leaves than these) they certain ally grow back FAST. Root sy” — marno3627
Frank & Grossman Landscape Contractors, Inc.
Woodside One 02 (Design by Lutsko Associates)
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If you want to add sod for a more instant lawn, look for pieces of St. Augustine or zoysia, both of which are somewhat tolerant of light shade. Always
“I like the separation” — Hartman Companies Inc
Contemporary Landscape
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consider Floratam. I know some people who struggle with unknown cultivars of St Augustine in the sun. I looked into Floratam and it's apparently quite popular
Most lawns in south Florida use St. Augustine Floratam. Its a fairly hearty sod and does well in moist sub tropical
bluegrass) do best in Northern climates, while warm-season grasses (St. Augustine, zoysia) fare better in Southern climates. A grass variety recommended
Keep on the lookout for diseases like Take-All Root Rot, especially in St. Augustine and bermuda grass lawns. Take-All is a disease that inhibits the growth
bluegrass) do best in Northern climates, while warm-season grasses (St. Augustine, zoysia) fare better in Southern climates.A grass variety recommended
“right side” — Peter Ng
Sheila Schmitz
Tomatoes in raised bed
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shown. Fertilize warm-season lawns. Grasses such as Bermuda, zoysia and St. Augustine need monthly feeding through early fall. No need to feed cool-season
“Tomatoes in raised bed” — cwhorizons
Alix Bragg Interior Design
4 Reviews
Home Farm 1
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Seems that it would work well down here and perhaps much better than St. Augustine. Is it true that it needs less water and can be mowed less often? ..
“Simplicity” — sholley73
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