St. Augustine grass seeds are not available for purchase due to the fact that they rarely grow into vegetation. Because this grass rarely produces viable seeds, those wishing to grow it should begin the process by laying... More »

To plant St. Augustine grass seed, choose a humid location, prepare the soil, spread the grass seed, rake and roll the area, and mulch and water the seed. The seed should be planted in late spring or early summer. You ne... More »

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St. Augustine grass seed is not available for purchase. St. Augustine grass is very difficult to grow from seed so it is commonly sold in the form of springs, plugs or sod. More »

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St. Augustine grass needs nitrogen to thrive. Therefore, any fertilizer with at least 10 percent nitrogen is recommended for this type of grass. More »

St. Augustine grass turns yellow due to a depletion in the amount of nitrogen the plant is able to absorb. As a nitrogen-rich grass, St. Augustine requires that soil be properly watered and contain the right balance of n... More »

St. Augustine grass seed is not available for purchase. St. Augustine grass is very difficult to grow from seed so it is commonly sold in the form of springs, plugs or sod. More »

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St. Augustine of Hippo lived from 354 to 430 A.D., and was Bishop of Hippo, a defender of the Catholic faith and the author of numerous works of doctrine and spirituality. He was wayward in his youth, and later converted... More »