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Pictures of Cavalier Zoysia in Zone 7b

Posted by auteck (My Page) on
Tue, Aug 28, 07 at 12:18

For those Zoysia lovers...

Enjoy!



This is has got to be the best warm season grass on planet earth...


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RE: Pictures of Cavalier Zoysia in Zone 7b

Auteck,

Whose lawn is this?


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RE: Pictures of Cavalier Zoysia in Zone 7b

My neighbor across the street. He sodded that in the summer of 2006.

Looks nice, ah?


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RE: Pictures of Cavalier Zoysia in Zone 7b

You can lop that much off and not scalp it? Wow. I'm impressed. I have seen a lot of zoysia up close but the one I've seen the most is that empire not to be confused with emerald which is beautiful. Empire looks like like S.A. and don't know why someone would plant that instead of S.A,


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RE: Pictures of Cavalier Zoysia in Zone 7b

Personally if I had my choice of which zoysia to get, I'd get Palisades in a heartbeat. it looks like dwarf st augustine but with better drought tolerance and a lot less mowing....

Empire would be my 2nd choice but 50 dollars cheaper than Palisades a pallet.


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RE: Pictures of Cavalier Zoysia in Zone 7b

Ok now that you've flown into my trap, why not just use SA, it's more vigorous and cost a lot less.


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RE: Pictures of Cavalier Zoysia in Zone 7b

Umm. Doesn't it look like they are cutting it a bit too short there? The stuff that's uncut looks nice but it looks like they are taking off more than a 1/3 there..You can see some yellow spots after the mowing? Is that how you are supposed to treat Zoysia?


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