posted on February 15th, 2013 by Zoysia Farms
Many people do not realize that there are numerous strains of zoysia grass, all are a little different. Below are a few of the commonly used strains of zoysia to show you how they are different. Let’s start with Amazoy our name for Meyers, Z-52 the original zoysia grass. Amazoy – Medium leaf blade, deep green […]
posted on February 1st, 2013 by Zoysia Farms
What is the right grass for you? With so many different types of grasses available, how do you know what grass is right for you? There are several different aspects you will need to consider. First you need to decide what kind of grass you are going to plant, fescue, rye, Bermuda, St. […]
posted on October 19th, 2012 by Zoysia Farms
The cold is approaching. One of the first things you’re going to notice is your grass turning a tawny-brown color. Don’t panic, this is natural. Zoysia is a warm-season grass and, like trees, goes dormant after the first hard frost. This helps the Zoysia survive in colder climates and the luscious green will return come […]
posted on September 12th, 2012 by Zoysia Farms
Summer can be a rough time for many grasses and a busy time for homeowners. The grass is trying to survive in the dry, hot weather and you’re trying to keep your lawn green and healthy — unless you’re a Zoysia owner.
posted on September 5th, 2012 by Zoysia Farms
This is post was written by Jennifer Winder at her lovely blog Healthy Life Deals. Thanks to Jennifer for the kind words. The Review from My Lawn’s Perspective: It was the beginning of summer and I was feeling kinda yellow. I was getting a mowing when they decided to take my picture. I was not […]
posted on August 21st, 2012 by Zoysia Farms
A good time to do a little maintenance on your Zoysia lawn is just prior to the start of the fall season.
posted on July 18th, 2012 by Zoysia Farms
One of Zoysia’s most attractive features is it’s resiliency to weeds and pests, however there are some things you can do to help it along.
posted on July 2nd, 2012 by Zoysia Farms
Summer can be a rough time for many grasses and a busy time for homeowners. The grass is trying to survive in the dry, hot weather and you’re trying to keep your lawn green and healthy. This is one of Zoysia’s biggest strengths. However, Zoysia does require a small amount of summer time work.
posted on May 31st, 2012 by Zoysia Farms
One of the newest items in our store is an organic product called Turf Thrive. In cooperation with plant fertilizers to improve your lawn, Turf Thrive works by adding living organisms to the soil called mycorrhizal fungi. What are these, you ask? Mycorrhizal fungi are an important part of the soil life. They attach themselves […]
posted on May 8th, 2012 by Zoysia Farms
Composting is the natural process that turns organic material like leaves, grass clippings and twigs into a dark rich substance that is fantastic for lawns and gardens. By adding compost to your Zoysia lawn, it will help the grass grow in thicker and healthier. This is because an organic matter in the compost helps soil […]