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McDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
Houston Casual Landscape
Cavalier Zoysia Lawn
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Cavalier Zoysia grass
Edging and Cavalier Zoysia grass
Cavalier Zoysia Lawn
Zoysia cavalier grass
Botanica Atlanta | Landscape Design-Build-Maintain
Zoysia grass is ideal for Oklahoma weather, drought-resistant(relatively) and good for lawns. It grows slow so if it is damaged it needs to be patched with sod and will need less mowing.
areas. Because of the slow growth rate, zoysia has poor recuperative potential when it's been damaged or overused. It's best to resod damaged spots.
zoysia varieties:belair, el toro, emerald, meyer
Zoysia (Zoysia spp, zones 6 to 9). This warm-season perennial
zoysia grass does well in semi shade, drought tolerant and cost effective
zoysia spp. fine or coarse texture, also for semishaded areas
tipo de zacate Zoysia (Belair, El Toro, Emerald, Meyer)
Zoysia (Zoysia spp, zones 6 to 9). This warm-season perennial grass can have either coarse or fine texture
Joe A. Gayle & Associates
Sandy Springs back yard retreat
get a desired look-The slabs were on average 3-5 feet in size and placed on a gravel-sand base- Zoysia grass was added between the slabs to create a cooler look-JAG
Mill Valley modern garden 2
Is it zoysia grass??
Pavers in sod
Exteriors By Chad Robert
zone, it is too late in the year to plant or seed any warm-season lawns or turf, such as Zoysia or Bermudagrass. The exception is cool-season turf for the oasis areas of middle and high zones, which can be sodded with proper soil preparation and regular irrigation.
Frank & Grossman Landscape Contractors, Inc.
Woodside One 02 (Design by Lutsko Associates)
grass seed — follow the directions on the package — and keep it moist until the seed has sprouted. 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 follow turfgrass recommendations from experts in your area