CitraBlue St. Augustine is ready for sale in Florida. Find out where and when CitraBlue will be coming to your area in 2020.
One of the interesting traits of CitraBlue is a reduced mowing frequency, especially when compared with that of Floratam St. Augustine.
The density of CitraBlue will stop many weeds from making it to the surface eliminating the needs for harsh, control chemicals in the landscape.
The University of Florida’s newest grass, CitraBlue St. Augustine, may not be a bermuda or zoysia, but as a St. Augustinegrass, it wants to join the drought conversation.
Finding a St. Augustine variety with a better resistance to damaging disease was one of the objectives. CitraBlue breeder, Dr. Kevin Kenworthy talks about how CitraBlue compares in disease testing.
One of the most pressing questions from people looking to put in a new lawn is, “What works well in the shade?” While that question depends on many external factors, it also depends on genetics. Some grass varieties deal with low light environments better than others and among those varieties, there are many levels of… Read more »
CitraBlue continues to stand out against other turfgrass varieties due to its striking blue-green color.
Learn about the series of tests and trials that CitraBlue has outperformed the competition in.
Each and every production field of CitraBlue needs to be certified to verify the quality of the soil and preparation for this turfgrass.
CitraBlue was the talk of the show at Florida ASLA, we enjoyed our time at the show and were able to meet with a lot of eager landscape architects interested in specifying it for their upcoming jobs.