Frequently Asked Questions From Customers:


posted on January 25th, 2017 by

Q: Is the shipping cost the same no matter where you are located and what you order? A: The shipping cost is determined by the weight of the product only and not where you are located. Q: Do you sell other gardening merchandise such as tomatoes, bushes, or small trees? A: No, we do not sell […]

Perfect Holiday Gifts for Gardeners


posted on December 12th, 2016 by

Are you trying to find the perfect gift for your loved one that enjoys gardening? Well you’ve come to the right place! Here at Zoysia Farms, we sell many products that any gardener can use to plant various items such as grasses and plants. Because it is too late to plant our Zoysia at this […]

Part 11 of Methods to Start or Switch to a Zoysia Lawn


posted on May 16th, 2016 by

  One of the biggest decisions in starting or switching your lawn to a zoysia lawn is deciding on which method to use.   There are several different ways to start your new lawn. The most common ways are plugs, seeds or sod. Part 1 we went over some of the advantages and disadvantages of using […]

Advantages and Disadvantages Of Methods Used to Start or Switch to a Zoysia Lawn – Part One


posted on April 7th, 2016 by

One of the biggest decisions in starting or switching your lawn to a zoysia lawn is deciding on which method to use.   There are several different ways to start your new lawn. The most common ways are plugs, seeds or sod. I will be going over some of the advantages and disadvantages for the different […]

The Benefits of a Nice Lawn When Selling Your House


posted on March 24th, 2016 by

Curb appeal of a house is often reflected in the aesthetics and functionality of your lawn. This can determine whether the buyer wants to look further into your sale. If the landscaping is not great it can detour many potential buyers from even looking at the inside of your home. Part of the American dream […]

Making a List for Success


posted on December 11th, 2015 by

The year seems to have flown by, there are only 21 days left in 2015. Time seems to get away from us before we know it. Usually, at the end of the year we look back and are happy with the projects we completed and wonder why we didn’t get the other projects finished. Many […]

A Few Final Chores Before Enjoying the Holidays


posted on November 18th, 2015 by

The season is winding down. Many of us are looking forward to sitting back and relaxing during the winter months, but there are some end of season tasks that should be done. It is time to put our lawn mowers away for the season, some homeowners are not happy about this. Many enjoy mowing their […]

Amazoy Zoysia Grass and the Environment


posted on October 22nd, 2015 by

  Most people don’t realize that by planting Amazoy zoysia grass you are helping the environment. Lawns look beautiful but the environment issues are clear.  Mowing an ordinary lawn emits more pollution, per hour, into our atmosphere than eleven cars. We are seeing more water restrictions being implemented in our country. Too keep an average […]

Zoysia Grass In The Fall


posted on October 6th, 2015 by

  There may be changes in your Zoysia lawn with the approaching colder weather. As the ground temperatures slowly drop or we get a hard frost, zoysia grass will start to go into its dormant state. When this happens the grass may start to turn yellowish and eventually a complete tawny brown. It is often […]

Aerating A Lawn


posted on September 4th, 2015 by

  Aerating is the act of perforating the soil with small holes to reduce compacted soil. This will improve air circulation as well as water and fertilizer intake that leads to a healthier lawn. What causes the soil to become compacted? Usually a lawn that has heavy traffic on it, such as dogs and/or children […]