Take the guesswork out of choosing the right grass

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From cool to warm and sun to shade, Harmony makes it easy to find the right turfgrass for your home.

Many lawn and garden experts write long articles explaining the pros and cons of choosing different sod varieties. While these may sound helpful, they can also be confusing. For example, for just Florida’s Marco Island area, Bermuda, Bahia, St. Augustine and Zoysia grasses are all recommended. Who wants to spend their free time researching and analyzing all these lawn choices?

It would be so much easier if you could just take the stress and guesswork out of choosing the right grass. That’s where Harmony Brands can help. We believe you should be able to have a best-in-class variety that is created specifically for your geographic region. You don’t have to read about every single grass variety just to find the one that best matches your needs. All you have to do is walk into your local home improvement store and ask for Harmony.

Since our sods are cultivated for each specific region of the country, you don’t have to scratch your head over which variety will work best for your home. We even offer three turf types, depending on your needs:

Of course, lawn-related questions are still bound to come up. Instead of spending hours online trying to find an answer, use our Ask the Pros! form. We promise we’ll get right back to you with a response, so you can spend your free time doing something more fun.

It’s your lawn; put your feet up, relax and enjoy it!


  1. Phillip Garza on April 29, 2017 at 10:59 am

    Hello I live in San Jose Ca
    I wanted to know what type of grass you use what is the blend of grass seeds. Also is your grass from a local farm in the Bay Area or is it shipped in from another state.

  2. Robert Faircloth on July 18, 2017 at 2:15 pm

    Hello, I am re-doing my backyard due to construction and will be needing approximately 2,250-2,500 sq ft of sod for the project. I live in Savannah, GA on a coastal island area. I installed “Seville” cultivar St. Augustine in the front and rear yards several years back and have really enjoyed the grass. I have seen the Harmony brand sod at the local Home Depot store and am investigating. I appreciate the simple concept of 3 choices, but would still like to know the grass cultivar (variety) I would get if I purchase Harmony. I intend to install July 28, 2017 and need to decide soon to place an order. Please advise.
    Thank you