Sod

Bahia Grass

Warm season grass, resistant to drought, disease and insect attacks. Will survive in a variety of soils from sandy to clay and other infertile, dry soils. Requires some maintenance. The grass will thin out over time and has a low…

Bermuda Grass

BERMUDA GRASS is considered the “South’s Grass”, a favorite in texture and color for all areas of usage. This perennial grass grows in tropical, sub-tropical and the transition zones. Found extensively on lawns, golf courses, sports fields and arenas, reclamation areas, parks, coastal areas…

Fertilizing

Orlando Fertilizing Healthy lawns depend on many factors including adequate water for cell enlargement and evaporative cooling, sunlight and carbon dioxide for energy production, and oxygen for respiration. Lawn growth also depends on nutrients or essential elements absorbed by roots…

Grass

Grass any plant of the family Gramineae, an important and widely distributed group of vascular plants, having an extraordinary range of adaptation. Numbering approximately 600 genera and 9,000 species, the grasses form the climax vegetation (see ecology ) in great…

St Augustine Sod

In the U.S., St. Augustine grass is found from the Carolinas to Florida and westward along the Gulf Coast to Texas and in Southern and Central California. Because of its lack of winter hardiness, St. Augustine grass is restricted to…

Zoysia Grass

The basic maintenance for Zoysia lawns will be dependent upon soil fertility, rainfall, full sun or shadier area, grown north or south.Good soil fertility, full sun, high rainfall, southern growing area equals better than average growth. Which will in turn…

Sod Delivery

We deliver sod to the Orlando area. We are able to deliver sod by the truck load here at Orlando Outdoors. Just be sure to give us a little time to line it up for you. We can normally have a truck load…

Orlando Sod

Sod is mature lawn that has been carefully and professionally cultivated; cut into thick squares or rolls with the underlying soil and roots, and shipped to a nursery or job site to be laid down for an “instant new lawn.”

Once sod has been cut it is best to plant it within 24 hours. If working with a distributor you can order the sod ahead of time to be delivered on a certain day. If buying from a nursery make sure the pallets are not yellowed and that the sod looks moist and fresh. It will wilt and die quickly in hot weather, but will last a little longer in cool climates. If you cannot plant the sod immediately store the pallets in shade and keep them moist.

Types of sod include but not limited to Bahia, Bermuda, St. Augustine, Zoysia, Celebration, Tifway 419, Bitter Blue, Floratam, Palmetto, Seville, Empire, and Jamur.

Orlando Sod typically has it’s seasons there is rainy around Mar-May and then very hot and humid. Contact us today! Call Today !    407-909-1835

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