Growing and maintaining a lawn means you have to think about a wide array of subjects, such as climate, location, and fertilization. When people are establishing their Florida landscapes, one thing rarely comes to mind – grass leaf texture. How does grass leaf texture affect your lawn and what options are available to you in the great state of Florida?
There is a wide array of turfgrass leaf textures, including fine, medium, and coarse. These classifications measure the width of the grass blade. On the whole, texture of grass is merely an aesthetic choice. The only place that texture truly matters is on a golf course. As a Florida homeowner, you’ll find that most of the grasses that we can use have a coarse texture, such as St. Augustinegrass, centipedegrass, and bahiagrass. These coarse grasses have what it takes to stand up to the warmer climates. Before choosing a finer texture, take a look at the climate in your area and make sure your grass of choice can grow properly.
Whatever choice you make for your landscape, you can be confident that the Southern Green crew is ready to provide you with maintenance services that are beyond compare. Come to us when you are seeking lawn service in Jacksonville, FL, as well as Orlando, Tampa, and South Florida.