Different grasses behave differently in varying climates and soil types.
Some are more drought or frost tolerant.
Others handle shade better.
Or more acidic soils.
What this means to the consumer is that there is no one perfect grass type for every lawn, and if you want to ensure a healthy, thriving lawn, you need to start with the best turf for your conditions and needs.
Finding the best lawn for your situation can mean making trade-offs…
Take into consideration the look and feel of the lawn you want.
What characteristics are important to you…
and what the lawn might be used for.
We can then help you find out what grass types are appropriate for your climate and growing conditions.
To get started, try selecting various options below to see the characteristics and strengths of each of our grass varieties. As well as general advice on which grasses operate best in different climates.