The most common grass in the area. We have two types of bermuda: Astro and 419 tiffway.
A dense grass with thick roots. Tolerates shade better than bermuda. We have 2 varieties: Myers and Matrella.
A large blade thick grass. Likes shade but still needs some sunlight. Needs water.
A native grass to Oklahoma. This is a drought tolerant and low maintnence grass.
This is the most commonly sold grass that we provide. It matches well with already established common bermudas. This makes it perfect for the average home-owner looking to repair a bad spot in their existing yard. A medium-sized blade and it maintains a beautiful dark-green color. This grass, like all Bermudas, likes sun and spreads very rapidly to give good coverage if water, fertilizer and mowing are applied on a regular basis.
A fine bladed strain of Bermuda grass noted for its compact growth. It is often selected for fine homes and golf course fairways as a “show-case” grass. To maintain the best appearance, grass clippings must be picked up when mowing. The use of water, fertilizer and regular mowing are needed for this grass to thrive just as in other Bermudas. This is a sun-loving grass and can tolerate both heat and cold.
A carpet-like grass that will tolerate more shade than Bermuda, but it is much slower at spreading. Zoysia has a dense root system and to maintain the best appearance, clippings need to be picked up while mowing. Due to its extreme hardiness, it is being used on golf courses as well as fine homes. Regular watering, mowing and fertilization make this an outstanding lawn grass.
A finer blade than the Meyer. It does not spread as fast as Bermuda, but it is tougher than Bermuda. Its dense root system requires a less frequent but longer watering schedule, fertilizer and mowing (with clippings removed), but you will be rewarded with a beautiful, outstanding lawn.
Knowing that over half of the homes in any city have trees, we set out to find a shade loving grass that would provide an green lawn year-round. Johnathan Green suppies us with grass seed that is superior to any other variety we have grown before. Water is essential for fescue grass as well as special care in fertilizing and mowing.
Buffalo is a native grass to the area and is best suited for extreamly low maintnence areas. 609 requires less water, less fertilizer, and less mowing. It can accommodate poor soil conditions and survive drought conditions.