30 Jun Popular Grass Types for Arizona Lawns
Although grass is not commonly found in the natural desert landscape, incorporating it into your yard is a great way to add depth and texture to the space. If you want to add grass to your exterior design, consider the following species.
Tifgreen 328 is a beautiful, dark green, versatile hybrid Bermuda grass. It features a wide range of mowing heights and has a fine texture. It is best suited for landscapes, golf courses, parks, and more. One great feature of this grass is that it produces few seed heads, which results in you having to mow less frequently.
If you’ve ever been to a Diamondbacks game, you’ve seen Bobsod before. It’s the grass used in Chase Field’s outfield. Bobsod is a tough, blue-green colored Bermuda grass that also has great shade tolerance. It is best suited for lawns, sports fields, golf courses, schools, residential developments, parks, and more.
Just like it’s name suggests, E-Z Turf is easy to care for, easy to mow, and easy to water. It is deep green in color and is remarkably disease-resistant. This grass is best suited for a busy person who is not interested in doing a lot of yard maintenance. Although it has poor shade tolerance, it recovers quickly from injury and overseeds well.
Tifway 419 is one of the most durable grasses available, which makes it bets suited for sports fields and other areas that experience heavy traffic. It recovers quickly from injury and is highly disease-resistant. However, it requires full sun and is not shade tolerant.
Overhaul your current landscape design with the help of Santa Rita Landscaping, Inc. We can plant grass, bushes, trees, and flowers that open up the design possibilities of your outdoor area. We also offer landscape maintenance services that allow you to maintain your new exterior design. Our company values focus on accountability, professionalism, quality, teamwork, integrity, and consistent improvement to bring you the best services. Call (520) 623-0421 to learn more.
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