Not all sods are created equal. Here are some of the most important considerations when selecting sod for a lawn.
1. Location, location, location!
Selecting sod that will thrive is easier to do when you understand the conditions of your environment. Different types of grass will thrive in different regions of the country. Temperate climates can support a warm season grass like Bermuda or St. Augustine, whereas northern areas will likely be more successful with cool season grasses.
2. Have A Vision
Take a look at your yard and seriously consider factors that might affect your sod. Sunlight is an important factor – some grass can get by with very little sunlight, whereas other types of grass need to be drenched in consistent light.
3. Tender Loving Care
Some grasses are needier than others. If you don’t plan to develop an intensive lawn care schedule, you may want to invest in a more self-sufficient sod. Keeping grass cut is important to the health of the lawn. For instance, some grasses grow at different speeds; choosing a low maintenance sod will allow the more casual caretaker to mow less often.
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