The Best Sod for Southern California is Back!

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The Best Sod for Southern California is Back

Hello everyone, welcome to Sod and Seed, Inc., your go-to company for the best sod in Southern California! One of our 2023 Best-Sellers, the Native Bentgrass (Agrostis pallens), is back ins stock and ready for delivery! Call us at 1-800-381-8163 for a free quote and to find out the soonest availability in your area. Agrostis pallens, commonly known as pale bentgrass or Native Bentgrass, is a species of grass native to North America. Native Bentgrass belongs to the Poaceae family and is primarily found in western parts of the United States and Canada, particularly in areas with moist habitats such as marshes, meadows, and wetlands. Native Bentgrass is most popular in Southern California for residential sod lawns, commercial sod lawns, native landscapes, drought tolerant land and native lawns. 


Native Bentgrass Sod Delivery

The Native Bentgrass typically grows in dense tufts and forms a low, fine-textured turf. Native Bentgrass has narrow, green leaves and produces delicate, open panicles of flowers during its flowering season. The Native Bentgrass is valued for its ability to tolerate wet conditions and is often found in wetland restoration projects or used for erosion control along streambanks and other bodies of water.

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The Best Native Grass for Southern California

For residential sod lawns or commercial sod lawns, The Native Bentgrass is often recommended for shady lawns, lawns in sun and shade, or sod lawns in full sun, lawns that will have minimal, moderate or heavy foot traffic, for lawns to be kept at a traditional lower mowing height or for more decorative lawns to be maintained at a longer mowing height, functionally growing up to 18" long. Did you say that the Native Bentgrass seems perfect for all types of lawns? If you didn't, you should will say it now. Native Bentgrass is one of the best sod types for Southern California!

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The Best Native Plants

In natural ecosystems, Agrostis pallens, or Native Bentgrass, plays a role in stabilizing soil, providing habitat for wildlife, and contributing to the overall biodiversity of wetland habitats. Additionally, Native Bentgrass can be used in landscaping and restoration projects to enhance the ecological functions of wetland areas. 

Fog Fruit Ground Cover

Our top selling native plant lawn alternative ground cover in 2023 was our Frog Fruit Ground Cover, also commonly referred to as Lippia, Common Lippia, Phyla nodiflora, Lippia Phyla Nodilfora, Turkey Tangle, Texas Turkey Tangle, and Frog Fruit Ground Cover. 


Native Bentgrass Grass Seed

Sod and Seed, Inc. proudly offers you native grass seed delivery year round for the Native Bentgrass Seed. Our Native Bentgrass Grass Seed is perfect for overseeding existing lawns or planting a sod lawn from grass seed.


Thank you for joining us for this quick and short update on our Native Bentgrass. You can call us at 1-800-381-8163 from 7 am - 6 pm PST open every day Monday through Friday and Saturday from 7 am - 3 pm. Call us for a free quote or remember to ask us about our PRICE-BEAT OFFERS! We hope to hear from you soon!

Sod and Seed, Inc. 

We delivery to all major counties and cities in Southern California including free delivery on all orders to counties such as Los Angeles, Orange, San Diego, Riverside, San Bernardino, Ventura, Santa Barbara, and Imperial. We offer FREE sod delivery to all major cities in Southern California including but not limited to: Los Angeles, San Diego, Long Beach, Anaheim, Santa Ana, Riverside, Irvine, San Bernardino, Oxnard, Huntington Beach, Glendale, Santa Clarita, Garden Grove, Ontario, Pomona, Palmdale, Chula Vista, Torrance, Pasadena, Fullerton, Thousand Oaks, Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Santa Monica, Carlsbad, Santee, La Jolla, Tehachapi, Anaheim, many more cities, towns, and communities throughout Southern California. 

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