Palmetto St. Augustine, a grass discovered and developed on a sod farm in central Florida, thrives across the southern United States, from Florida northward to coastal Virginia and westward to California, under a wide range of climatic and soil conditions, making it an ideal choice for residential and commercial use. Palmetto St. Augustine has an outstanding emerald green color that is truly eye catching. Palmetto St. Augustine requires 3-4 hours of direct sunlight per day, yet thrives in shaded areas where other grasses fail. It is cold hardy to near 0° F, classifying it as one of the most cold-hardy St. Augustine varieties available. It is also frost tolerant and holds fall and winter color longer than Bermuda, Centipede, or other St. Augustine cultivars. It will remain evergreen in some areas of the Deep South.
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