Bitter Blue St. Augustine

Bitter Blue St. Augustine

Popular Options For a Wide Range of Lawns

Each lawn has its own personality and its own special needs. Depending on your location, the landscape of your yard, your family lifestyle, and your desired look, you can choose one of several grass varieties for your lawn.

St. Augustine Varieties Light to medium green in color, St. Augustine varieties, including Floratam, Seville, and Bitter Blue, generally grow fast, establish themselves rapidly and require only low to moderate maintenance. Give your St. Augustine lawn a good soaking every three to six days to bring out its eye-catching tones.

  • Bitter Blue St. Augustine Characteristics: A great option for shady lawns. Its dark blue-green┬átone makes Bitter Blue a regal choice for your lawn. Its slow growth rate┬ámeans you mow less often. With good cold weather tolerance, Bitter Blue is an excellent all-weather grass.

 

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    Step 2: Enter the depth you would like the mulch or soil:
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    TOTAL Product Needed in Cubic Yards:
    Step 3: Convert your area's cubic yardage into the number of cubic feet of material you'll need
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    Step 4: Calculate how many bags of mulch/soil you'll need based on the area's cubic feet
           
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