CENTIPEDE

Centipede has long been known as the "lazy man's grass". It is real east to take care of and does not require a lot of attention. If a little care is taken you can have a really nice looking yard with Centipede. It has a medium width blade (5-7mm) and can be lush if given the right amount of fertilizer and water. Most people like it because they can mow it every other week and simply forget about it. It can be cut with a rotary mower and can handle heights of cut up tp 2 inches and as low as 3/4 inch.

QUICK FACTS

COLOR/TEXTURE

  • Yellow Green

  • Medium width blade (5-7mm)

PERFORMANCE

  • Centipede can handle some human and pet traffic 

  • If it is damaged it takes a few weeks to recover

CLIMATE

  • Does well in warm weather conditions

  • Centipede will work well in USDA Zones 7 to 12

SHADE TOLERANCE

  • Low

  • It can only handle about 30 percent shade.

  • It will "thin out" between houses if they are too close together. 

STRONG
POINTS

This grass is very easy to take care of. It can handle all types of soil and you do not have to bag clippings when mowed.

WEAK
POINTS

Takes a little extra fertilizer to keep it green. It needs more water than other grasses. It does not handle many chemicals very well when treating weeds. Cannot handle very much shade.

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Centipede is known as being the “lazy man” sod, due to its very low maintenance requirements.