These specialty grasses have unique growth habits and characteristics that help improve conditions where your soils or budget have limitations.
- Cathay Zoysia
- Fults Alkaligrass
Zones 1, 3 ,6 and shaded for Zone 4
Fults Puccinellia distans is one of the most salt tolerant turfgrasses available. It is a low-growing bunch-type grass great for low maintenance areas such as golf course roughs or roadsides
- GolfStar (Idaho Bentgrass)
- Havana Poa trivialis
- Irish Links
Zones 1, 2, 3, 4
Carefully selected to form an environmentally friendly “links look”, left un-mown, provides striking contrasts for landscaping, includes patented GolfStar Idaho bentgrass for brilliant purplish-red seedheads in mid-summer and unique turf qualities.
- Reubens Canada Bluegrass
Zones 1, 2, 6
Requires less water and fewer mowings than Kentucky bluegrassProduct Datasheet
- Scottish Links
Zones 1, 2, 3, 6 and shaded locations zone 4
Low-growing fine fescues you can mow or leave unmown to provide maintenance savings, adapted to wide range of conditions including shade, low fertility and reduced irrigation, great choice for parks, home lawns, golf course roughs, roadsides, and slopes.
- Seashore Paspalum
Zones 4, 5 and warmer sites in Zone 3
Sea Spray is the one and only patented seeded seashore paspalum (Paspalum vaginatum swartz) variety on the market worldwide, offering the convenience and varietal purity of a certified proprietary variety. This fine bladed warm season, creeping perennial grass has built a reputation on its excellent salt tolerance. Click here for more information.
- Streaker (redtop)
Zones 1, 2, 6
A low-maintenance favorite—tolerates zero careProduct Datasheet
- SunFire Bahiagrass