Bermuda grass plugs are a warm season grass with exceptional heat and drought tolerance. This fine-bladed grass has a vigorous growth rate and is resilient to heavy foot traffic.
- Requires 6-hour-8-hours of sunlight per day minimum.
- Bermuda is a resilient and quick to recover grass.
- Bermuda grass is great for outdoor living.
- Bermuda reaches deep into the soil to provide a dense, thick carpet that blankets your lawn while withstanding daily wear and tear.
- Bermuda grass plugs are affordable – each 8-pack covers 18 sq. ft.
- SodPods are perfect for repairing damaged and thin spots in your lawn.
- We ship natural grass plugs fresh from the farm.
- Each SodPod grass plug has a fully developed root system.
- Established roots mean less water and maximum success.
- Endless possibilities – SodPods are perfectly rooted for creating something new!
- Great for the environment, SodPods generate oxygen and provide a safe play area for your loved ones.
- Bermuda grass plugs comes from a family owned and operated farm.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long do bermuda grass plugs take to spread?
Grass plugs will still need a 30-day establishment period after installation. However, growth will stop during the winter and will not spread any further until spring the next year.
When plant bermuda grass seed?
Bermuda grass should be planted during the late spring, after the threat of frost has passed and daily high temperatures are consistently in the 80s and no higher than 90s. Unless you have experience sowing seed, it is more cost-effective to purchase sod or bermuda grass plugs instead.
How to plant bermuda grass plugs?
Step 1. Start by testing your soil to make sure it contains the nutrients needed for a healthy lawn. The pH should be between 5.8 and 6.5, and you should apply fertilizer and soil amendment at the recommended rates. If you can't conduct a soil test, apply a complete lawn fertilizer according to the package directions. Check out our NutriPod fertilizer designed specifically for SodPods.
Step 2. If your lawn is already established, mow it as low as possible. Make sure the ground is workable and moist enough for planting.
Step 3. Determine where you want to start and insert the shovel or auger into the ground to remove the grass and make a hole for your bermuda plug.
Step 4. Place the plug in the hole, filling in around its edges with soil. Lightly tamp it down with your heel or hand. Water lightly.