The 4 Most Common Grass Types in Fort Worth, TX


When it comes to unpredictability, Texas climate does it best. While summer generally guarantees scorching heat every day of the week, spring and fall are less predictable.  It makes lawn care in Fort Worth tricky. It also takes a special type of grass to survive such varying conditions. Take a look at the most common grass types for Fort Worth lawns.

1. Bermuda

close-up of bermudagrass
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Grass Seed Options:
Pennington Bermudagrass Bare Spot (5 lb. bag)
Pennington Smart Seed Bermudagrass Mix (8.75-lb. bag)
Scotts Turf Builder Bermudagrass (10-lb. bag)
Hancock Seed Co. Bermudagrass (50-lb. bag)

2. St. Augustine

St. Augustinegrass
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Grass Plug Options:
Seed Ranch St Augustine Seville Grass Plugs (2 Trays)
Seed Ranch St Augustine Floratam Grass Plugs (2 Trays)

3. Zoysia

beautiful green colored zoysia grass in a lawn
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Grass Plug and Seed Options:
Zoysia Plugs (50 Large Grass Plugs)
Zoysia Plugs (50 Full & Lush Grass Plugs)
Zoysia Plugs (100 Plugs)
Zoysia Emerald Grass Seeds (1/8 lb. of seeds)
Zenith Zenith Grass Seeds (1/8 lb. of seeds)

4. Centipede grass

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Grass Seed Options:
Gulf Kist Coated Centipedegrass Seeds (1 lb.)
Scotts EZ Seed Patch and Repair Centipedegrass (3.75 lbs.)
TifBlair Centipedegrass (5-lb. bag)
Pennington Centipedegrass and Mulch (5-lb. bag)

There you have it! The most common grass types in Fort-Worth. Make sure to comment and let us know what you think!

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Junie Lee