Watering Smartly


posted on April 24th, 2012 by

As the weather warms up, that sprinkler system does start to get tempting. Sure, it’s an investment, but it will make sure the grass and garden alike are watered just right, with little thought. And hey – the kids will enjoy it too!

Getting Your Lawn Ready for Spring


posted on April 9th, 2012 by

The time is here. The weather is warming and your grass is starting to green. To get your grass ready for a healthy, lush summer, there are a few maintenance tasks for you to do.

How Many Plugs Should You Buy?


posted on March 27th, 2012 by

If you’re considering purchasing Zoysia plugs for your lawn, there are a few things you need to consider when placing your order and planting the plugs upon delivery. Zoysia plugs require less maintenance, produce a heartier lawn and can be planted throughout the growing season.  That said it is important to consider the size of […]

Granulated vs. Organic Fertilizer


posted on March 7th, 2012 by

Granulated fertilizer is good for grass, but bad for the environment. Zoysia Farms is very proud of only carrying products that let you enhance your lawn and garden naturally and safely.

Before and After Zoysia


posted on February 8th, 2012 by

One of the key reasons customers choose Zoysia is that it has the ability to grow in a variety of soil types, climates, geographical locations and outdoor applications from home lawns to golf courses.

Zoysia: Kids and Pets


posted on January 10th, 2012 by

When you have children or pets, your lawn can take quite a beating. Kids love to run and play. Pets love to dig and run. Having a strong, hearty grass will save your lawn from the abuse. Zoysia is a wonderful grass that can fit the bill for active families.

Fun Zoysia Facts


posted on December 15th, 2011 by

Around here, we’re quite passionate about Zoysia. That’s why we’ve devoted ourselves to helping others enjoy it! One of the reasons we love Zoysia so much is that it’s a very unique and special grass.

Preparing for Winter Dormancy


posted on November 7th, 2011 by

With the cold snap imminent, some of you are going to notice your grass turning a tawny-brown color. No need to worry, this is quite natural. Zoysia, like trees, goes dormant after the first hard frost — But instead of losing leaves, its green color fades.

Winter Preparation


posted on October 4th, 2011 by

With winter coming, it is time to get your lawn ready for the cold. Zoysia grass is a “warm season” grass and goes dormant in the cold months, turning a tawny-brown color after the first hard frost. This is a good thing! Dormancy helps the grass survive the cold months while still coming back as the temperature warms. It is a very normal process and the grass will be back in no time without any work needed from you.

Fall Planting


posted on September 8th, 2011 by

Summer is finally winding down, but that doesn’t mean your Zoysia grass is done for the season. On the contrary, you have a few great months left to enjoy that lush green. It also means you have to make sure to keep taking care of your Zoysia while you wait for winter preparations.