Zoysia grass can transform a lawn into a natural looking, lush green yard. Zoysia grass is a native Asian herb that is well-known for its soft appearance, and emerald green color. It is a popular choice for homeowners.
There are many types of Zoysia Sod, such as marvel, meyer, and el Toro. Each variety is unique. It is very easy to make a beautiful lawn with Zoysia in spring.
These are some ways to keep your yard looking great with Zoysia sod.
Watering your Zoysia Sod
For plants to thrive, water is vital. Regular watering is essential for plants to thrive. After sod installation is complete, it is crucial to keep the soil moist. This will allow grass seeds to germinate in the soil.
Once the sod has grown roots, you can stop watering it. The grass should be watered only when it starts to wilt. A Zoysia patch will need to receive approximately 1 inch of water each week over the long-term. It all depends on the weather and the temperature. A sprinkler system can be used to maintain your garden in the dry months.
Commonly, Mowing the Lawn
After the Zoysia seed has been fully planted in the soil, wait until it reaches a height of approximately 2 inches per blade. This is the best time for you to mow your lawn. Cut the grass to a height between 1-2 inches and 3-4 inches.
Mowing a Zoysia grass lawn should take between 5-15 days, depending on the weather and frequency of fertilization. You should not start mowing until the soil is fully set. It is possible to accidentally remove seedlings from the soil. This could lead to bald patches.
For a green lawn, it is important to feed your lawn. For a green lawn, fertilize it at least 3-4 times per year. This should be done in the spring and fall.
However, don’t overdo it. Overfertilizing grass may cause it to grow too quickly, which could lead to unneeded landscaping. For every 1,000 feet of Zoysia grass each year, it needs 1 to 2 pounds fertilizer.