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Palmetto St. Augustine: $195

Published on April 4, 2012 by in Soil/Sod

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Palmetto St. Augustine

Light:Sun /Shade Water: Medium / Low Maintenance: Mow once a week to 2.5″ in the sun and 3″ in the shade Comments: Plant from sod; Excellent Shade & Drought Tolerance, Cold Hardiness, Disease Resistance, Emerald green color

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New Sod Care

Published on November 1, 2011 by in Soil/Sod

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New Sod Care

Insufficient water and over watering are the leading causes of new-lawn failure.  Take precautions to prevent damage.  Minimize play and foot traffic on new and sodded lawns for at least three weeks. Watering your new sod after it has been installed is very critical. Regular watering is necessary until the root system has become deeply […]

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Fresh Brewed Compost Tea – $5

What is Freshly Brewed Compost Tea? FRESH compost tea is a brewed compost mixture aerated to bring it alive, it will begin working immediately to feed and balance your plants and soil. What Can You Use the Tea For? All plants, gardens, trees and shrub areas that you want to bring life to the soil! […]

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Sod by the Piece: $1.50

Published on September 27, 2010 by in Final Sales, Soil/Sod

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Sod by the Piece: $1.50

  WEEKENDS ONLY  (Friday – Sunday) Raleigh St. Augustine and 419 Tiff Bermuda now available by the piece. Each piece measures 16″ x 24″. Always Fresh Cut and Delivered Friday Mornings. Limited quantities & moves fast!! Need 25 pieces or more? Pre order to guarantee quantity.

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Sod Laying Instructions

Published on June 24, 2010 by in Soil/Sod

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sod

Countryside Nursery only supplies fresh cut to order high quality sod / turf during the Spring, Summer and Fall.  It’s sold by the pallet and each roughly covers about 450  square feet. Turf is highly perishable. Once cut, it must be planted within 3 days or thrown out. As a result, we fresh cut each […]

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Palisades Zoysia: $225

Published on October 1, 2009 by in Final Sales, Soil/Sod

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Zoysia grass

Palisades (Coarse Leaf) Light:Sunny/Part Shady Water: Medium Maintenance:Mow narrow leaf types to a height of 1-1.5″; mow wider leaf types to a height of 2-2.5″ Comments:Extremely dense turf can make mowing difficult; cut short at first spring mowing to make mowing easier; needs well-sharpened mower blades; plant from sod only; coarse leaf varieties are generally […]

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419 Tiff Bermuda: $135

Published on October 1, 2009 by in Final Sales, Soil/Sod

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419 Tiff Bermuda

Light:Sunny Water: Medium Maintenance: Mow 419 Tiff  twice a week to a height of 1-1.5″ Comments: Same as common Bermuda but finer texture blades.  Hybrids from sod only; ‘common’ available from seed;invades nearby flower beds and whenever seed is transported; do not plant in areas adjacent to preserves and natural areas; requires higher maintenance

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Raleigh St. Augustine: $135

Published on October 1, 2009 by in Final Sales, Soil/Sod

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St. Augustine Raleigh

Light: Sunny/Part Shady Water: High Maintenance: Mow once a week to 2.5″ in the sun and 3″ in the shade Comments: Plant from sod or plugs; most shade tolerant of grasses; coarse texture; avoid planting in full sun (due to higher watering requirements)

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River Rock: $44 yd.

Published on October 1, 2009 by in Final Sales, Soil/Sod

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river rock

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Dillo Dirt : $38 yd

Published on October 1, 2009 by in Final Sales, Soil/Sod

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Dillo Dirt : $38 yd

Dillo Dirt(TM) easily meets all Texas and EPA requirements for “unrestricted” use, which even includes vegetable gardens, if you desire. Like many other composts, Dillo Dirt(TM) has many benefits to the soil and plants. Composts add to the organic matter in the soil, reducing watering. Organic matter feeds the microbes in the soil as well […]

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