TURF GRASS & SOD
Milberger’s Landscape Nursery offers the largest selection of turf grass sod available in South Central Texas.
Year Round Care Tips
We presently carry the nineteen varieties of sod, including the newest releases of turf grass that have been tested and judged reliable in our area. We have sample lawn areas of most of the sod types that we carry. You are invited to examine and walk on these sample lawn areas to help you determine the look and feel of the turf that is most suitable for your landscape.
Milberger purchases sod from only the best growers in the state. These grasses are essentially weed and disease-free and true to the labeled variety. We do not carry grasses that are called “mixed grasses” as they do not meet our standards for reliability. New grasses are introduced regularly. The Turf Grass Industry and the US Department of Agriculture carefully evaluate the varieties that we carry.
Milberger’s Turf Grass & Sod Price List
Effective June 2014. This price list supersedes all previous price lists.
|VARIETY||FULL PALLET||1/2 PALLET|
|BUFFALO GRASS 609||min 2 pallets. Fri only $220.00/pallet||Not Available|
|BUFFALO GRASS PRAIRIE||min 2 pallets. Fri only $185.00/pallet||Not Available|
|BUFFALO GRASS DENSITYAUGUSTINE RALEIGHAUGUSTINE FLORATAMAUGUSTINE PALMETTO
AUGUST FJ’s SELECT
|ZOYSIA EL TORO||$210.00/pallet||$135.00|
- Delivery charge $85.00 1-19 pallets within 20 mile radius. Beyond 20-mile radius the charge is $1.50/mile round trip from nursery.
- Full pallets contain 50 square yards, 450 square feet.
- There are approximately 3.3 pieces of grass per square yard=150 pieces per pallet.
- Pieces measure approximately 16”x24”.
- Raleigh St Augustine only can be purchased by the piece. All other grasses are available in ½ or full pallet quantities only.
You don’t have to spend a pile of green to have a lush lawn. Tray these tips to help you cut your lawn care costs.
DOWN SIZE: You should take a look at your landscape and figure out how much lawn space you really need to have. Then you can fill the rest of your yard with low-maintenance natural areas using native plants, groundcover and mulched beds of shrubs and flowering plants.
WATER LESS: Most of us tend to over water our lawns. If you water your lawn more thoroughly and less frequently it with help develop the stronger and deeper roots that will help the grasses survive in our prolonged drought.
DON’T RAKE IT UP: Grass clippings naturally contain the proper mix of nutrients that your lawn needs, so leave them on your lawn.
DON’T FERTILIZE TOO MUCH: Too much fertilizer results in shallow-rooted turf that needs to be watered and mowed more often.
LET IT GROW: If you keep your grass at about three inches in height it will develop deeper roots and will require less watering and mowing.