Spring is here after a long, unrelenting winter, but we all have to
take what Mother Nature gives us in stride.
We are moving forward and good things are happening:
1. We at Superior Sod and Garden Supplies will have a full rack
of Sabal Palms by the first week in April. These will range in height
from 5′ to 14′ tall – mostly full booted, but we will also carry Slick
2. We already have over 1,000 Bales of Long Leaf Pine Straw
under our newly built Pine Straw Shed that keeps our Long Leaf Pine
Straw fresh, dry, and maintains it’s nice reddish color. It goes fast,
because people know our Long Leaf Pinestraw Bales are larger than our
competitors, and does NOT have the trash of leaves and twigs that you
have to cull.
3. And, we have our 2 fertilizers in and under cover – these 2
fertilizers are RIGHT for whatever your particular Southern Warm
Season Grass is. We have 5:5:15 and !6:4:2 in 50 lb. bags.
We are, by far, much less expensive than the box stores, as their
fertilizers come in tiny 20 lb. bags, but they sell them at the same
price as our 50# bags. And just a note; it is too early to fertilize
now. Please wait until the soils warms up and your grass is turning
green. When applying fertilizer too early the roots will not take up
the nutrients you are trying to feed. And finally for another
important point, Centipede does NOT like Nitrogen. The fertilizer for
Centipede should always have no more than 5% Nitrogen. It is best to
purchase fertilizer with Iron already mixed in. Our two fertilizers have Iron already incorporated.
Consider Saint Augustine Sod for your spring lawn renovation.
You may have a Ten to Twenty year old lawn that is looking very tired and thin, and may have disease or fungus or has been invaded by mole crickets or perhaps chinch bugs or fire ants.
Your lawn could also be having problems because of trees in your yard that are providing a lot of shade which makes it difficult for many southern grasses to have sustained healthy growth and a strong root foundation.
Well there is a solution for these problems and that is to kill off your old lawn and install fresh Saint Augustine Sod from Superior Sod you will be pleasantly surprised with how beautiful your yard will look after spending a reasonable amount of money which will also increase your property value.
With all of the generous rain we have received from mother nature this past summer in the Wilmington, North Carolina area on the Carolina coast, it makes for an easy transition for planting and growing SOD and PALM TREES.
We have been receiving many calls and letters from very happy customers that have come to us for our plethora of wonderful sod varieties and numerous fresh palm trees. They have been reporting 100 percent success with planting and installation throughout this past summer. This is a marked difference in what we experienced in this area last year when we were on the verge of drought.
To assist customers that are thinking about renovating thier yards please come and see us by August 30th and mention this blog post and receive a free bag of fertilizer with the purchase of at least 3 pallets of sod.
Please note that dormant sodding and planting palm trees from September through February is an ideal environment to spruce up an old yard. We invite you to come to our location at 7340 Market Street in Ogden behind the ReStore, to see all of the sod varieties as well as our wide selection of winter hardy palms.
Check back with us to see our upcoming video about fairy ring and other greass diseases.
Also we will be posting information about the best times to fertilize and apply pre-emergent weed control so that you can have the best yard in your neighborhood.
This lovely lawn was just planted 4 weeks ago in Wilmington
Got old tired grass? Come visit us for new Sod!
A Beautiful Stand of Palms and lovely Zorro Zoysia Lawn can be yours with our help!
I have been buying sod from Don and Al for close to twenty years. Over that span I have found Don and Al and the entire Superior Sod crew to be professional in all aspects of turf sales. I know that these two fine gentlemen will always do everything they can to provide me the sod I need when I need it. Look no further. You have found your sod supplier for Southeastern North Carolina!
Ryan Wells told us that he was very grateful for our suggestions and thorough advice. He is thrilled with his new lawn. His pictures show how well he prepared his soil prior to installing his new Empire and the finished product.This is the first lawn he ever installed.
My Beautiful Lawn” was sent to us by Glynda Patemotte . She is extremely pleased with changing out her old grass and weeds to our Empire Zoysia. This lawn is 2 weeks old.
Look no further than this fantastic product which we sell at our terminal in Ogden
EMPIRE Turf is a Zoysia grass that has truly raised the bar for warm season turf grass. EMPIRE sod combines soft to the touch feel with lush green color and fine, tight blade growth. Visually, EMPIRE is an extremely attractive turf grass for any landscaping job. Homeowners and Property Managers also appreciate its many maintenance, environmental, and cost saving advantages.
You might not expect a turf grass as soft as EMPIRE to be so strong, but this incredible Zoysia grass accommodates a variety of activities without suffering extensive wear and tear. EMPIRE Turf is as hardy as it is attractive, and has a deep, thick root structure that makes it more drought tolerant than other varieties of Zoysia grass, once established. In addition EMPIRE’s slower vertical growth and natural chinch bug and chemical resistances mean that your lawn will require less maintenance, mowing, and water than other types of warm season turf grass. An EMPIRE turf lawn that has been naturalized to the local climate requires minimal irrigation to remain healthy and thriving.
Reduced maintenance needs and durability are EMPIRE’s hallmarks. EMPIRE Zoysia grass was originally developed in Brazil, and thrives in both harsh tropical climates such as Southern Florida as well as all areas in North Carolina. EMPIRE Turf is one of the few grasses rated to perform well in all zones, and it can thrive in varying soils and climatic conditions.
Durable enough for professional use, EMPIRE is also a favorite of golf courses, theme parks, master planned communities, office complexes and other commercial areas.
We will continually have in stock 400 Bales of Fresh Long Leaf Pine Straw.
The 400 bales of Long Leaf Pine Straw will ALWAYS be fresh, will have air movement to provide for a dry environment which will maintain the maximum reddish color. As always leaves and sticks do not exist for 99% of our bales. AND THIS IS LONG LEAF PINE STRAW – NOT SLASH! THERE IS A HUGE DIFFERENCE!
Superior Long Leaf Pine Straw
Spring is here!! Celebrate by getting out in your yard and making you envrionment the best it can be! Pine Straw is a fabulous inexpensive mulch and is easy to transport and install.
Stop in at Surperior Sod in Ogden to get you fresh pine straw.
If you need an order of 50 bales or more call us so we can make sure we have enough on hand and if we don’t we will get it for you ASAP!
Hello everyone hope you are enjoying the autumn weather, well it still feels like summer but it should be starting to cool down in the next few weeks which will be a great time to plant sod for a beautiful new lawn to make your yard look perfect.
This week we will be producing a video with Virtual Tours of Wilmington on the correct procedures for installing sod we hope to have the video posted here and on our You Tube Channel by October 22. This will be very instructive and informative so please check back to watch it and of course we are always available to answer your questions pertaining to sod so don’t hesitate to stop by and see us in Ogden – behind the Habitat for Humanity Restore.
Hi folks we are wanting everyone to know that sodding in the fall and through the winter is very fine. The sods will knit down until the soil temperature reaches a low of 47 degrees. It will require many cold nights for our soils here in Southeastern NC to reach that temperature. And even after that you can lay totally dormant sod (there is root activity) on soils that are even frozen. The sod will simply lay there – stopping the mud and dust from coming in your home and stopping any erosion. By mid April, the dormant sods will “wake up” and start showing new leaf growth. This is the time to fertilize as well. Do NOT apply a pre-emergent fertilizer for weeds until the following fall. Mowing will remove most winter time annuals and spring time weeds.
Hi folks we have migrated our old website www.superiorsod.us over to this new website please book mark this website as we will be continually adding new and relevant content to help you with your grass and turf and sod management.