Grass Selections

We offer all the popular Texas grass types

In Texas, several grass species are popular for lawns, landscaping, and pasture purposes. The suitability of grass species may vary depending on factors such as region, climate, soil type, and intended use. Here are some popular grass seeds used in Texas:

    1. Buffalograss (Bouteloua dactyloides): Buffalograss is a native warm-season grass that is well-suited for low-maintenance lawns in Texas. It has a fine texture, good heat and drought tolerance, and requires less water and fertilizer compared to other grasses. It thrives in the drier regions of Texas.
    2. Common Bermuda (Cynodon dactylon): Common Bermuda grass is a warm-season grass widely used in Texas and other southern regions. It is known for its excellent heat and drought tolerance, making it suitable for areas with high temperatures and limited water availability. Common Bermuda forms a dense turf with fine to medium-textured leaves and can withstand heavy foot traffic. It is often used for lawns, parks, sports fields, and pastures.
    3. Tex Ace Bermuda (Cynodon dactylon ‘Tex Ace’): Tex Ace Bermuda is a variety of Bermuda grass specifically bred for its improved characteristics. It offers enhanced cold tolerance compared to common Bermuda, making it suitable for regions that experience occasional frost. Tex Ace Bermuda exhibits similar characteristics to common Bermuda, including its durability, heat tolerance, and ability to withstand foot traffic. It is commonly used for lawns and recreational areas in Texas.
    4. Bermuda Triangle (Cynodon dactylon ‘Bermuda Triangle’): Bermuda Triangle is another cultivated variety of Bermuda grass. It is known for its dark green color, fine texture, and improved cold tolerance compared to common Bermuda. Bermuda Triangle performs well in a variety of soil types and exhibits good resistance to disease and pests. This variety is often chosen for lawns, golf courses, and athletic fields where a fine-textured, visually appealing turf is desired.
    5. Sahara Bermuda (Cynodon dactylon ‘Sahara’): Sahara Bermuda is a warm-season grass that has gained popularity in Texas due to its exceptional drought tolerance. It has an extensive root system, allowing it to access water deep in the soil profile, making it suitable for areas with limited irrigation. Sahara Bermuda has a medium to coarse texture and exhibits good wear tolerance. It is commonly used in residential and commercial landscapes, parks, and golf course roughs.
    6. Forage Bermuda (Cynodon dactylon): Forage Bermuda is a Bermuda grass variety primarily used for grazing livestock and hay production. It has a coarser texture compared to other Bermuda grass types mentioned earlier. Forage Bermuda has good drought tolerance, regrowth ability, and the ability to withstand heavy grazing. It is commonly found in pastures, hayfields, and other agricultural settings in Texas.

When selecting a grass type for your specific needs, consider factors such as climate, sunlight exposure, soil conditions, maintenance requirements, and the intended use of the turf. It is always advisable to consult with local agricultural extension offices, landscapers, or turfgrass specialists who can provide guidance based on your specific location and requirements.

For full sunlight yards that’s desired to be mowed Turf Bermuda is the seed of choice for most cases. Hill country and west texas areas the native turf blend is a great choice .

It’s important to note that the selection of grass seed should consider factors such as local climate, soil conditions, intended use (e.g., lawn, sports field, pasture), and maintenance requirements. Consulting with local lawn and garden experts, turfgrass specialists, or agricultural extension offices can provide valuable guidance on selecting the most suitable grass seed for your specific area in Texas or you can just call us.

For full sunlight yards that’s desired to be mowed Turf Bermuda is the seed of choice for most cases. Hill country and west texas areas the native turf blend is a great choice .

We do not offer a permanent grass that’s shade tolerant and can be mowed short .

We do offer native blends that are shade tolerant and can be left for there natural growth

We have the hill country blend and deluxe praire blend for the common areas full sunlight as well not designed for mowing

Below are sample Lawn, Field, Roadway, and Sports Field turf grasses. 

Sahara Turf Bermuda

Sahara Bermuda

Buffalo Grass (Low maintenance and most drought resistant)

Buffalo Grass

Shade Tolerant Grasses

    5 Star Turf Fescue

5 Star Fescue(Shade Tolorant)

    Kentucky 31 Fescue

Shade Tolerant

    Centipede Grass


Native Grass Blends

Deluxe Prairie Blend (25% Sideoats, 5% Switchgrass, 20% Big Bluestem, 5% Indiangrass, 15% Little Bluestem, 10% Sand Lovegrass, and 20% Green Sprangletop)

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Hill Country Blend (30% Sideoats, 10% Little Bluestem, 5% Blue Grama,
15% Green Sprangletop, 20% Buffalograss, 20% Bristlegrass)

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Native Turf Blend (33% Blue Grama, 67% Buffalo Grass)

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Forage High Yield Grasses for Grazing

    Texas Tough (33% Giant Bermuda (Hulled), 33% Majestic (Un-Hulled), 33% Common Bermuda (Hulled))

TX Tough

    Rancho Frio Bermuda (Mohawk, Giant, and Cheyenne Bermudas)


Bunch Grasses

Little Blue Stem

Little Blue Stem

Grass Comparison


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