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St. Augustine

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St. Augustine sod has a deep blue-green color and wide, coarse blades. It tolerates salt, which makes it an excellent choice for homes near the coast. St. Augustine spreads quickly with tubular runners that spread across the soil, but this means that it's not the best choice for play areas where it will be subject to heavy foot traffic. It's heat tolerant but goes dormant in the winter.

Best Uses: Part- to full-sun lawns without much foot traffic. Great for lawns near the seashore.

$2.40 per cubic yard


My wife and I we have benefited from and enjoy Dixie Mix... We decided to try a no-frills low maintenance "raised bed" style garden in our backyard. Our garden took off in just a matter of days... We highly recommend this dirt to anyone out there who wants the absolute best quality of organic dirt. Last count we had over 30 tomatoes on the way from only 5 plants! They are between 5 and 6 feet tall. The bell pepper plants are between 3 and 4 feet tall. Looks like next year we will have to expand the garden to accommodate such big plants.

Kyle and Pam W.
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