The Q&A Archives: Type of Grass

Question: How can I tell the difference between Centipede and St. Augustine grass?

Answer: Gloria,

St. Augustine and Centipede are similar in appearance. Centipede is a smaller grass with the grass blades being about 2/3 the size of St. Augustine. It is also a little lighter shade of green in appearance, and is more low growing.

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