St. Augustine grass (Stenotaphrum secundatum) is a warm-season lawn grass
that is popular for cultivation in tropical and subtropical regions. It is a medium- to
St. Augustine grass gradually moved inland to naturally open sites such as
streambanks, lakeshores and other moist sites. It tolerates a wide range in soil
Information about St. Augustine turf grass for lawns in warm season areas.
St Augustine grass is a favorite hot weather grass adapted to the coastal and
southern regions of the U.S. from Florida to central Texas. Click here for
St. Augustine grass provides a lush green lawn and is recommended for U.S.
Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 8 through 10.
Find out the steps you should take to grow a St. Augustine lawn. This type of
warm-season grass can tolerate a wide range of soil conditions.
FSA6119. Lawn Care Calendar. St. Augustinegrass. Aaron Patton. Assistant
Professor -. Turfgrass Specialist. John Boyd. Professor -. Weed Scientist.
grass is believed to be native to the coastal regions of the Gulf of Mexico and the
Mediterranean. St. Augustinegrass spreads lateral- ly across the soil surface by ...
St. Augustine Grass is a dense, coarse, low-growing turf which produces thick-
stemmed runners requiring permanent containment. It has dark green color
St. Augustine Grass is a warm-season turfgrass that provides a rather coarse,
spongy turf. Growing quickly in the summer months and then slowing down in the