Floratam St. Augustine Grass Plugs is a coarse, vigorous variety of St. Augustine grass that thrives in warmer climates, requiring more than 6 hours of daily sunlight. Its broad leaves create a plush look. Perfect for a sunny lawn, Floratam™ is also the most drought tolerant St. Augustine variety on the market.
* Minimum 4-hour-6-hours of sunlight per day for best results
* Affordable – each 8-pack covers 18 sq. ft.
* Easy to install for repair or improvement of your existing lawn, SodPods are also used for planting new lawns
* Floratam™ is a broad bladed, medium green colored grass
* Floratam™ is heat tolerant and has a great tolerance for humidity
* Floratam 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
* Floratam St. Augustine Grass Plugs comes from a family owned and operated farm
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Floratam grass?
Keeping it at a height of 3 to 4 inches gives it a thick, lush appearance. Floratam is a coarse grass with broad, flat blades. Floratam will have a deep green to bluish-green hue during the summer months, but it will fade a bit during cooler temperatures as it goes dormant.
How to identify Floratam St Augustine grass?
A healthy Floratam lawn will have deep purple stems, green foliage and long white roots. St. Augustine grass with brown, diseased leaves and short brown roots is a sign of the dry-root fungus that plagues this type of grass.
Is St Augustine grass the same as Floratam?
St. Augustine grass (Stenotaphrum secundatum) is a popular warm-season lawn grass. Several varieties are available, but 'Floratam' (Stenotaphrum secundatum 'Floratam') has become one of the most widely produced and used St. Augustine cultivars in lawns. Since its introduction by the University of Florida and Texas A & M University in 1973, this variety has gained popularity due to its water efficiency and disease resistance.