Tifblair Centipede Grass Seed


Low maintenance = environmentally friendly
Lowest fertility requirements of all lawns; grows well on poor soils
It may never need fertilizing - saving time, lowering cost, and reducing inputs
Loves acidic pH (that's a low pH) - no need to raise the pH with lime
Slowing growing - needs less mowing
Drought tolerant; it goes dormant in extended drought, greening up again when rain returns

TifBlair's other assets
Light green color
Medium-textured blade
Heat tolerance
Full sun; tolerant of partial shade or some bright filtered shade (pine shade or high shade)
Stays greener longer in the fall and greens up earlier in the spring than common Centipede turfgrass

Home lawns & commercial landscaping
Public & private parks
Roadsides & Airports - a non-attractant for Canada geese and deer, for safety reasons Centipedegrass is a good choice for airports and highways
Throughout the South where maintenance budgets are small and turfgrass expectations high
All sod and turfgrass needs from Atlanta to Raleigh and all points southward
Zones 7b to 11a on the 2012 USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map or Zones 1-2 on the Turfgrass Hardiness Map

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